In a nutshell:
A refreshing, bright and fruity South African Chenin Blanc from the Breede River Valley
William Robertson was a Scottish minister who founded the town named after him in the Breede River valley in the 1850s and is the name the Robertson Winery have used for a range of their popular and good value varietals. The Chenin Blanc is fermented entirely in stainless steel to keep all the bright, primary fruit to the fore. It has bold aromas of peach, melon, citrus fruits and jasmine which lead on to a ripe, fresh palate bursting with sun drenched fruit which is balanced by clean, refreshing acidity. A seriously good value Chenin Blanc.
When to drink:
While fresh and light it's also rounded enough to stand up to oriental cuisine as well as being a perfect partner to seafood and salads.