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Dry Creek Vineyard Chenin Blanc
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excellent and crisp
by Bevilacqua11851797
very refreshing, very light and crisp! I'd also recommend a wine which this store does not carry...Maculan's Pino Y Toi!
by Eble11944426
pear, melon, tangy, not sweet, bracing
Summer Delightful White WIne
by Nealis12079828
Dry, Fruity and crisp, excellent summer aperitif
Amazing value!
by superchk
Lovely, light, crisp not-too-dry white that is a steal at this price. The 2002 is my fav.
Nice and Crisp
by Auman11707160
This is an excellent wine to cool off with after a very hot day! Very pleasant, with a nice crispness.
Delight ful Summer Aperitif
by Merrick11708239
The 2004 Chenin Blanc is just right as a light white before dinner or BYOB to a summer event. It has just a tinge of sweetness and taste of pears, plums and hint of lemon. Women (like my wife) love this wine......tastes better than more expensive Pinot Grigio's. At around $8, you can only go right with this.
Clean, crisp, sweet white wine
by Killian11285334
This is a clean, crisp, sweet white wine great with or without food. Drank an entite bottle before we realized it, it was so good.
by Wine12648473
clean, crisp


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Chenin Blanc

Chenin Blanc, the most important white grape variety of the central Loire Valley, ranges in style from bone dry to medium sweet to staggeringly rich in appellations like Vouvray, Montlouis, Savennieres, and Coteaux de Layon. In all styles, expect high levels of acid that can provide tremendous amounts of balance to these wines...
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