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R. H. Phillips Vineyard Chardonnay Toasted Head
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Best Chardonnay
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!!!
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!
by HomerJ
Best Chardonnay for the $$$. Treat yourself. Buy a case. Trust me. Love your chardonnay
by Bordeaux617808
I've been drinking this wine for years.I do have a major complaint though. I just purchased 3 cases at Morellis market in ST PAUL, MNand submitted a rebate. There was no UPC code on the bottles so I sent in one of the case labels. When my wife called she was told to have her husband call in. When I did I was left on hold for over 20 minutes and no one responded. I guess they figured I'd hang up after a while. And they were right. The company is Constllation Wines in El Paso, Tx. ought to be fired. Would you please send me a response from this email?
Oaky Chardonnay
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
by Wine12158776
A great wine for the money. It's my new house wine.
Very Good
by Marvin11315651
Our house Chard now
A good wine for the price
by curran11018777
A very enjoyable smooth chard, yet full of flavor. Not a vapid, flat chard
great for the price
by Talbott10805706
I really like this Chard. for the price. buttery, oaky and flavorful.
excellent low priced wine!!
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
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
by Joey10712052
Enough complexity to make it rise above the sub-ten dollar bottles.
House Chard
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
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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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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