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William Robertson Chenin Blanc 2010

William Robertson Chenin Blanc 2010

 William Robertson Chenin Blanc 2010

Robertson-South Africa

Grape Variety-Chenin Blanc

13% ABV

Pale, light green in colour. Clean, fresh, tropical fruit and light banana aromas. Soft and easy on the palate. Some citrus and a wee bit of white pepper. Good acidity balanced with fruit with a mid range length.

This wine is a good example of what Chenin can do. In one hand, light and fresh, on the other, rich and fruity. This definitely sits in the light and fresh bracket. Good subtle fruit mixed with some unobtrusive acidity produces a wine that will sit well with the Summer drinker or after a busy day at work. Pour, sit and sip.

Easy food match. Salads, Avocado, Pasta. Light dishes.

£7.49 at North and South Wines.

Supplier New Generation Wines.

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This entry was posted on April 28, 2011 by in Wine Reviews..

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