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Banrock Station Chardonnay
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Great Value
03/30/2011
by Marmaro14056687
I have been buying Banrock Station wines, including the Chard, for some years now. They are never disappointing, and sometimes quite surprising. And I have found they actually improve with some aging: I had a bottle of the 2006 Chardonnay with Thanksgiving dinner in 2010, and it was even better than when I first tried it and bought several bottles in 2008; indeed, it was superb. (So was the Merlot from the same vintage.) I have only 2 bottles left and am hoarding them for special occasions... and this a wine that was $4 a bottle at Wal-Mart! I will certainly be trying other vintages (and other varietals!) from Banrock Station in the future.
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06/06/2009
by Rooney12594942
I tried Banrock Station Chardonnay for the first time a couple weeks ago and was quite skeptical due to the affordable price. But, hey, I'm always on the hunt for a nice wine at a reasonable price. This one made me very happy and I will continue to buy it......
I'll regret this!
01/08/2008
by Carper
As soon as you taste this wine, you'll be buying it by the case. I'll regret that because the price will definitely go up. If you like a clean, crisp white with a pleasant finish, you will be amazed at what you get in this wine for $5 I gave it 5 stars becuase you can spend more money but it will be difficult to find a better wine and I am a wine snob - albeit one who enjoys a good value.

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Chardonnay

The best Chardonnays in the world continue to arrive from the region where the grape first emerged: the chalk, clay, and limestone vineyards of Burgundy and Chablis. While the origins of the grape were disputed for many years, with some speculating that the grape came all the way from the Middle East, DNA researchers at the University of California-Davis proved in 1999 that Chardonnay actually developed...
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