The Tangy Youthful Ken Forrester Chenin Blanc

Thursday, 28 March, 2019
Cape Town Experiences
Chenin Blanc has a long and very interesting history. It is widely believed to have been established in the Anjou region of France as long ago as the ninth century and was probably known then as Chenere.

The variety was renamed Chenin Blanc after Mont Chenin. It was renamed in the 15th century soon after being exported to the Touraine region in the Loire Valley. Ken Forrester prides themselves in continuing and keeping this rich history alive and well in South Africa with their blend of Chenin Blanc.

Click here to read full article and watch a video of Shaun, Ken Forrester’s Assistant Winemaker on their win as “Best Chenin Blanc”at the recent Cape Town Experiences Awards 2019