[SHEN'N BLAHNK] It is South Africa's most-planted grape, although there it is called Steen, and in both South Africa and in California it is currently used primarily as a blending grape for generic table wines. Chenin Blanc should perform better in California, and someday it may. It can yield a pleasant enough wine, with subtle melon, peach, spice and citrus notes. The great Loire whites vary from dry and fresh to sweet, depending on the vintage and the producer. In South Africa, Chenin Blanc is used for fortified wines and spirits as well as table wines.>br> FREE S/H orders of 6+ btl. $15 S/H for 3-5 bottle orders.