One of the world’s most planted white grape varieties, Chenin Blanc is famed in the cool climate regions of France’s Loire Valley as well as in the marine-influenced regions of South Africa. But this versatile grape also shines in the dry Texas heat of the High Plains. Leading with notes of yellow pear, fleshy sun-kissed lemon, glazed pineapple, crystalline honeycomb, and a hint of candied ginger, this wine is rich and concentrated with a broad, dry palate that finishes with a vibrant lift.
|Wine Style||White Wine|
|Appellation||Texas High Plains AVA|