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R. H. Phillips Vineyard Chardonnay Toasted Head
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Best Chardonnay
02/05/2010
by midkiff13770893
for the mooney this wine is great but i found it cheaper at Normans Liq on Clark Road or on SR 70 in sarasota.
This Wine is a TRUE VALUE!!!
08/17/2006
by West12078785
I have had the opportunity to taste expensive Chards, and the taste of this inexpensive Chard is above most of them. If you don't try this wine you're missing a great find! It's truly the best in its class.
Dude...awesome wine!
12/03/2004
by HomerJ
Best Chardonnay for the $$$. Treat yourself. Buy a case. Trust me.
Oaky Chardonnay
12/04/2007
by Scott12553415
I love this oaky chardonnay! I am a big fan of the oakiness of any chardonnay, and this one is better than most. If you like Toasted Head, try the local Breaux Vineyards Barrel Fermented Chardonnay. I bet you would like it even better!
my house wine
10/11/2007
by Wine12158776
A great wine for the money. It's my new house wine.
Very Good
03/28/2005
by Marvin11315651
Our house Chard now
A good wine for the price
07/29/2004
by curran11018777
A very enjoyable smooth chard, yet full of flavor. Not a vapid, flat chard
great for the price
03/19/2004
by Talbott10805706
I really like this Chard. for the price. buttery, oaky and flavorful.
excellent low priced wine!!
01/04/2003
by Belote10458996
This goes really well with Fish & Crab and is featured at The Isle of Capri' resturant in Virginia Beach!
OK for a Char
12/21/2009
by Shatzer12600943
I am not a big fan of Chardonnay and I thought this one was better than most, but in my book that's not saying much. Pleasing vanilla nose with moderate oak. Very smooth finish.
Good Value
07/20/2005
by Joey10712052
Enough complexity to make it rise above the sub-ten dollar bottles.
House Chard
01/18/2005
by George11364051
This is our standard, keep a couple bottles on-hand Chardonnay. Not too complex, but not cheap tasting either. Good enough for guests or for a glass when relaxing. Mildly complex. I would never be embarassed to serve it to guests, no matter how snobbish they were.
Typical Oaky Chard
09/01/2003
by RobRules
Not great, not awful. Not enough personality to distiguish it from any other Chard in this price range. Report Card: All C's

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