Chenin blanc is a white grape grown primarily in the Loire Valley in France.
Here, it is the principle grape of regions such as Anjou, Saumur and Vouvray. It produces a wine that smells like apples, honey, brioche bread, and candle wax. It’s always a touch salty and has high levels of acidity, which helps make chenin blanc exceptionally food-friendly. There are clean and precise examples as well as those which are made by natural winemakers that are more savory than fruit driven. In this collection you’ll find a mix of everyday drinking wines as well highly allocated and rare wines from some of France’s most cult producers.

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