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Vouvray Chenin Blanc

8.942 ratings
8.82 pro ratings
Vouvray, Touraine, Loire Valley, France
Chenin Blanc
Top Notes For
Caitlin McCabe

Nice wine - had this with a pork stir fry and it went perfectly. Sweetness is not overwhelming at all

Nice wine - had this with a pork stir fry and it went perfectly. Sweetness is not overwhelming at all

1 person found it helpfulFeb 20th, 2016
Lauri Metz

2014 vintage exceptional!

2014 vintage exceptional!

Jan 23rd, 2019
Donald Williams

Excellent picnic wine, as well as for lots of other occasions. Time to buy more.

Excellent picnic wine, as well as for lots of other occasions. Time to buy more.

Aug 6th, 2018
Beachin Wino

This may actually be my first off dry Chenin Blanc from Loire Valley. 11.5% alcohol. Ripe honeydew melon, green apple, and kiwi. Lovely minerality. An easy summer sipper.

This may actually be my first off dry Chenin Blanc from Loire Valley. 11.5% alcohol. Ripe honeydew melon, green apple, and kiwi. Lovely minerality. An easy summer sipper.

Jul 3rd, 2018
Thomas Brenner

Great showing of fruit. A lil sweet.

Great showing of fruit. A lil sweet.

Apr 11th, 2017
Andrew Keenan

Sweet

Sweet

Jan 29th, 2017
Samantha Kimball

Sweet but not too sweet. Smooth, easy to drink.

Sweet but not too sweet. Smooth, easy to drink.

Mar 4th, 2016
Alex Urevick-Ackelsberg

Smells great, perfect balance of tartness and sweetness. I <3 Vouvrey

Smells great, perfect balance of tartness and sweetness. I <3 Vouvrey

Feb 17th, 2016
John Behrens

Thin gold. Entrancing saccharine aroma of honey, pear, lychee and tropical blossoms, with a well balanced mineral. Tart, but with noticeable sugar as well, making for a pretty full mouthfeel like an inexpensive Riesling. As it warms up, tropical and floral notes develop in the palate. It's too much on its own--too much sweetness and a grabby lingering tartness, but this was nice with hibachi.

Thin gold. Entrancing saccharine aroma of honey, pear, lychee and tropical blossoms, with a well balanced mineral. Tart, but with noticeable sugar as well, making for a pretty full mouthfeel like an inexpensive Riesling. As it warms up, tropical and floral notes develop in the palate. It's too much on its own--too much sweetness and a grabby lingering tartness, but this was nice with hibachi.

Feb 11th, 2016
Alex Carmen

Sweet & light with an apple taste

Sweet & light with an apple taste

Feb 1st, 2016