Allesverloren Chenin Blanc
Allesverloren wine estate, the oldest producer in the Swartland, has recently released their first white wine, an iconic South African varietal, Chenin Blanc. This wine demonstrates fifth-generation owner Danie Malan and winemaker Wilhelm De Vries’ commitment to the pioneering Malan-winemaking tradition started in 1872.
The vineyards from which the fruit was sourced are situated on the north-eastern slopes of the Kasteelberg. The dryland, trellised vineyards benefit from optimum sunlight to produce an abundance of complex flavours.
Tasting Notes: flavours with hints of almond and ginger tones greet the nose, all of which are well integrated with vanilla oak spice. Allesverloren Chenin Blanc is a full-bodied wine with a creamy mouthfeel. It delivers a rich and layered palate with an abundance of stone and citrus fruit.