Chenin Blanc arrived in South Africa in 1665, when the Governor Jan van Riebeeck arrived in Cape, and it was in South Africa that it found its natural habitat, the white grape Steen in fact (in Europe known as Chenin Blanc) is a grape of French origin which, thanks to the South African climate and soil, preserves a good acidity and gives pleasant scents. Alvi's Drift South Africa Worcester Chenin Blanc is a chenin of great freshness and complexity, it only makes steel and gives us aromas of white pulp fruit and a splendid structure.
Pale straw yellow, beautiful brightness and perfect clarity. The nose predominates white and yellow pulp fruit, peaches, apricots, lychees, white plums. On the palate it is very pleasant, it has a nice body, hints that recall those of the nose, it has a good elegance, a nice freshness (typical of the varietal) and intense aromas. Very long finish.