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Franciscan Chardonnay Barrel Fermented
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9-07 bought at rome sams.
09/14/2007
by Yager12418632
we attended a wine dinner by these guys in rome in the early 90's. all their wine is great. this is oaky, smooth with real body. 10-07 paid 14.63 at sams 10-07 with grouper oscar, rich, oaky, buttery dy loves it so do i
01/03/2008
by chromehead
A very good wine for the price. Enjoyed this with grilled salmon and mango-cilantro salsa.
Not a wimpy chardonnay
04/09/2005
by Willner11428512
Unlike most California chards in this price range, this has body, a creamy richness with overtones of vanilla and the oak used to barrel ferment the wine. Well worth the price.
An Excellent Value!
02/26/2005
by teamvino1
In a market chock full of over-oaked and heavily buttered mid-priced chardonnays, the Fransican Oakville separates itself from the pack. Gently buttered with a pleasing nose, the Franciscan was a pleasant surprise. At $11.99, it's a bargain, as I've seen it sold for 50% more in other stores.

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