Chenin Blanc is the most diverse white grape variety in the world. It can be dry, off-dry, and sweet. It can be minerally, savoury, herbal, citrusy, floral, or fruity. From its traditional home in France to its adopted abode in South Africa, it thrives. Even within France itself—no, even with its spirtual home in the Loire Valley—it expresses its individuality in the most stunning ways.