Chenin Blanc Reserve
DeMorgenzon’s Chenin Blanc comes from low-yielding vines planted in 1972, which were originally planted as bush vines but recently lifted onto trellises. The vines are planted in decomposed granite soils, at altitudes of 250 to 300 meters above sea level. Close proximity to False Bay ensures cooling breezes in the warm summer months. A consistent wine that has been recognised with many accolades across vintages.
On the nose: aromas of white flower, stone fruit, honey and toast.
On the palate: pear, orange blossom, caramel and spice – a world-class wine offering that strikes a brilliant balance between lush fruit and crisp, mouth-watering acidity.