Domaine Bernard Baudry

Chinon Blanc Chenin Blanc

9.25 ratings
9.31 pro ratings
Chinon, Touraine, Loire Valley, France
Chenin Blanc
Top Notes For
Andrew Stock

Green apple juice, white peach, white flower, honey, mineral. Beauty.

Green apple juice, white peach, white flower, honey, mineral. Beauty.

Mar 9th, 2021
Pooneet K

Reliably delicious. Even on day 3 still incredibly pure and precise. Shoots right to the core. Great tension and balance. Very enjoyable. Excited to try the 2019.

Reliably delicious. Even on day 3 still incredibly pure and precise. Shoots right to the core. Great tension and balance. Very enjoyable. Excited to try the 2019.

Dec 11th, 2020
Pooneet K

Really delicious. One of the most “complete” white wines I’ve had in a while. Thoroughly enjoyable from cork pop on. Beautifully aromatic, great electric body. A *bit* less length than I was hoping but just very nice.

Really delicious. One of the most “complete” white wines I’ve had in a while. Thoroughly enjoyable from cork pop on. Beautifully aromatic, great electric body. A *bit* less length than I was hoping but just very nice.

Sep 10th, 2020
S.S. Mandani

Beautiful apple cider color.

Straight up mangoes. Pineapples. An effervescence in the nose that cannot be pinpointed. Almost like the spindrift of a cresting wave colored sweet with bee pollen and honey.

Honeyed lavender, citrus peel. This is a Chenin Blanc I’d bring to the beach in the heat, toss a football around, and introduce the bros to a wine that could rival, I hate to say it, a mango white claw. I mean it’s a great picnic wine, too. Or a cheese wine. But convincing bros to drink a Chenin Blanc is a challenge I will accept any day. Now if only I could get to a beach without having to wear a face mask.

It’s a bit on the sweeter side without the bubbles to round it out, but the tropical fruit notes are killer enough to hit the 9s.

Beautiful apple cider color.

Straight up mangoes. Pineapples. An effervescence in the nose that cannot be pinpointed. Almost like the spindrift of a cresting wave colored sweet with bee pollen and honey.

Honeyed lavender, citrus peel. This is a Chenin Blanc I’d bring to the beach in the heat, toss a football around, and introduce the bros to a wine that could rival, I hate to say it, a mango white claw. I mean it’s a great picnic wine, too. Or a cheese wine. But convincing bros to drink a Chenin Blanc is a challenge I will accept any day. Now if only I could get to a beach without having to wear a face mask.

It’s a bit on the sweeter side without the bubbles to round it out, but the tropical fruit notes are killer enough to hit the 9s.

Jul 1st, 2020
Quinn Roberts

Quinn had this a year ago

Quinn had this a year ago

May 29th, 2020