What an exceptional varietal. You never know with Chenin. Witness Vouvray. The Huet socked away in the cellar. And South Africa, so much to revel in. But, alas, not so much this sere and abrasive assertive white.
Austere. Could have been crafted by the Amish. Simply too dry for our taste. Really not that food friendly unless you’re eating rich, French rich, fish in butter rich, but if all you’re doing is drinking to cut the richness, a Coke will do.
Gismondi loved it. It is of its ilk and like many whites you will come across in France but it was a non-starter for us, from sipping to accompanying food.
Price: No record, which leads me to believe it might have been gifted, as I’m rather fastidious about this sort of thing, although online $30 at BC Liquor.
Market Liquidity: BC Liquor describes it as having “aromatic persistence.” Hmm. Could be a description of Febreeze.