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Morgenhof Estate Chenin Blanc
Morgenhof Estate Chenin Blanc
Morgenhof Estate Chenin Blanc
Morgenhof Estate Chenin Blanc

Morgenhof Estate Chenin Blanc

Classic South African Chenin Blanc

Full of smooth, fruity notes of baked apples and yellow plums, with a little oak to round out the texture and a juicy, long finish. Delicious with chicken cordon bleu. Exclusive to Waitrose.

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Wine at a glance

Colour glass of White
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Dry
  • Bin no: 553562
  • Size: 75cl
  • Alc Vol: 14.00 %vol
  • Vintage: 2017
  • Closure: Screw cap
  • Grape: Chenin Blanc
  • Region: Stellenbosch , South Africa
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Tasting notes

A sumptuous, flavourful Chenin from this excellent Stellenbosch estate, which manages to combine richness with a delicate, elegant palate. The wine has been part-fermented in French oak barrels, which has added a delicious toastiness. This would be a fantastic wine to partner with crab cakes.


Chenin Blanc is grown predominantly in the Loire Valley in France but has become the signature grape of South Africa. This versatile white grape variety lends itself to many styles of wine: sweet, dry, oak-aged and sparkling. It generally produces a fresh, fruity wine with notes of peach, nuts and sometimes honey. Its hallmark is a refreshing acidity.

Expert Review

Baked apples and yellow plums here, with a little oak to round out the texture and a juicy, long finish. One for the quail and blood oranges.
Susy Atkins ·The Sunday Telegraph, 10th February 2013