Sunday, April 30, 2006

Beringer Chenin Blanc 2005 wine review by (PB)

This straw colored wine is just a head turner with a bouquet that will slap you silly with sweet pineapple, tropical fruit and a creamy vanilla pudding overtone.

In the mouth it is sweet--quite sweet--but tasty with a supple texture. It lacks acidity but not to where it is flawed. If it had a tad more acid, it would rock you out of this world; as it is, it only manages to shoot you past your state border. There is a fine apricot finish that is REALLY nice.

Now get ready--this wine was $4.29. So, grab a half case, chill it before serving it and enjoy it on a hot day, or with a light soup that is somewhat salty. (It was great with split pea soup) Raise a glass to be sure!

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