Winery: The Winery of Good Hope was founded in 1998. They believe in combining innovation with a healthy respect for tradition. In other words, their approach is old plus new, and the best of both worlds.
Terroir: The vineyards that produce this Chenin Blanc are old bush vines principally in the Helderberg area of Stellenbosch and located on extensively decomposed granite soils on ocean-facing, gravelly slopes, benefiting from cooling maritime breezes.
Notes: Wonderfully lively, intense, fruity and beautifully balanced dry Chenin Blanc. Aromas of green apples and white peach invite the juicy, yet taut palate. A depth of fruit is what sets this wine apart. It shows great persistence of flavour and freshness that linger on the palate long after the wine has gone. Here at Bolney, we would recommend matching with asparagus or white fish in a beurre blanc sauce. Heavenly!