Celebrating Chenin Blanc!


Selecting wine can often be like watching the Red Carpet. There are so many well-known names and you often find yourself remembering the celebrities with the shiniest or outrageous designer outfits. I mean, who hasn’t heard of the beautifully fierce Beyonce, the ever-so bold Lady Gaga, or just the down-right charming Tom Hanks. These celebs are often the Cabernet Sauvignons, Rieslings and Crimson Moscatos of the wine world. But what about some of the unsung gems of the limelight? What about the delightful and versatile Paul Rudd or Kristen Bell? Well, our Viognier & Chenin Blanc can relate.

Chenin Blanc is made from a white grape that is originally from France. It can be made into a still or sparkling wine, and is often blended with other grapes to add a bit of acidic flare. These aspects make our Viognier & Chenin Blanc a versatile wine that will fit any occasion. Our Viognier & Chenin Blanc is a dry, white wine that contains aromas of apricot and honeysuckle, with rich flavors of white peach, ripe pear, and mineral. Try our still Viognier & Chenin Blanc alongside von Stiehl’s sparkling version of Viognier & Chenin Blanc and let your taste buds experience the difference! Our still Chenin Blanc also makes for the perfect celebratory wine for individuals who have a drier palate, and pairs wonderfully with sushi, Thai dishes, or soft cheeses such as brie and chevre. Bring a bottle of Viognier & Chenin Blanc to the next family cookout and let the crisp, acidic nature of the wine cool your brow with every sip!

So let’s raise a glass to the Paul Rudds, Kristen Bells, and especially, the Vigonier & Chenin Blancs of the world. Thanks for being complex, balanced, and providing a little tanginess in every moment!

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