Graham Beck Bowed Head Chenin Blanc 2009

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Glenda rated this wine as 90/100 with the following review:

Chenin Blanc is also known as Steen in South Africa where more of this variety is produced than even The Loire Valley in France. It is used for everything from generic, dry, white wines to age-worthy, premium wines to ambitious, sweet wines to brandy.
Graham Beck's Bowed Head Chenin Blance is one of the best expressions of this cultivar.
This is a complex, delicious, barrel fermented wine. It has the aging potential of about 10 years. The average age of the vines from which the fruit was harvested is 40 years.




Natalie's Review

Graham Beck Bowed Head Chenin Blanc 2009, W.O., Paarl, South Africa: Get out of your Pinot Grigio rut with South African Chenin Blanc and welcome yourself to a whole new world of pleasure. Lovely notes of white and green melon, white peach and lime. Zippy and refreshing. Drink: 2009-2015. 231357 13.50% XD 750 mL  $17.95 Score: 89/100. May 28, 2011 Enchanting Feta Cheese Wine  Full Review