(also Chenin blanc)
- 1A variety of wine grape native to the Loire valley but widely cultivated elsewhere.More example sentences
- Its fresh, sparkling flavour is distinguished by a unique blend of excellent wines from classic grape varieties such Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin.
- Both of these workhorse varieties are planted primarily in the hot Central Valley, a setting that might be described as the antithesis of Chenin's Loire homeland.
- This is far-north wine-growing, and the grapes planted, the white Sauvignon and Chenin, the red Cabernet Franc and Gamay, are all varieties prized for their fairly acid and raw qualities.
- 1.1A white wine made from the Chenin grape.More example sentences
- Well, let me introduce you to their distant French brothers - the Blancs' Sauvignon and Chenin.
- I quickly ordered a bottle of Villiera, Sauvignon Chenin, a consumer-friendly number from South Africa at €22 to distract her attention.
- ‘Ireland never took to the £1.99 Chenin that the price conscious British market did,’ said Engelbrecht.
French, perhaps from the name of the manor of Mont- Chenin, Touraine.