DeMorgenozon Chenin Blanc white wine, Stellenbosch South AfricaDeMorgenozon Chenin Blanc white wine, Stellenbosch South Africa

DeMorgenzon, DMZ Chenin Blanc 2021

Fresh and upfront Chenin that punches above its price tag.

On the nose, pronounced aromas of green apple, apricot, peach, hints of honey and floral notes.

The palate is rich and well-integrated with a lingering aftertaste.

91pts | Tim Atkin


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Chenin Blanc



Carefully tended vineyards on East facing slopes of the Bottleary Hills are managed for optimal exposure to gentle morning sunshine, Granitic soils result in highly concentrated fruit with excellent natural acidity which in turn produces wines of tension and verve. Fruit is allowed to ripen to optimum ripeness and generally harvested once the fruit has attained a light-yellow hue.

2020 was a moderate vintage with excellent harvest and weather conditions. The vineyards benefited from decent winter rainfall and harvest commenced fairly early, in mid- January. Optimal conditions during the early part of the ripening resulted in high acidities and low pH, resulting in wines that are fresh, precise and bright.

Pre-cooled fruit is lightly destemmed and crushed, followed by a short skin contact. Free run and medium press components are combined with hard press fractions kept separate. Fermentation occurs naturally with wild yeasts in a combination of stainless steel tank and old French oak barrels. The final blend is made up after 4-6 months of ageing on the lees then lightly filtered and stabilized for bottling.

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Chenin Blanc



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Fresh, raw, lightly grilled shellfish and fresh fish as well as green vegetables and avocado.

1 review for DeMorgenzon, DMZ Chenin Blanc 2021

  1. Tim Atkin | 91pts

    “Given the quality of the top DeMorgenzon Chenins, it’s no surprise that this entry-point bottling is so good. Made with purchased and estate grapes, it’s a lightly wooded, herbal style with pear and citrus fruit and some stony grip. 2021-24”

    Tim Atkin 2021 SA Report

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