He says: Simple, boring, and a short finish. Damn, this sucked.
She says: A most uninspiring wine not worthy of its $27 price tag.
He says: …this wine had a much better structure, both acidic and tannic than the Pinot Noir from the same producer.
She says: Life is too short to drink boring wine when there are so many interesting wines out there to explore!
He says: Hard to explain, and even harder to drink.
She says: It is rare for me to dislike a wine so completely.
He says: Advice – only buy if you’re rich and have lots of time on your hands.
She says: …failed to meet expectations or justify the massive gulp at the price tag.
He says: Drink this alongside a regular Chardonnay (BC or California) and you’ll have a masterclass on minerality right in the comfort of your own home.
She says: Chablis is one of my favourite white wines and this is the perfect example of why.
She says: This was a good value wine and easily the best out of the three.
He says: For $16, I think it’s a bargain and worth a try, especially if you’re looking for an alternative to a budget bottle of Pinot Noir which keeps on disappointing you.
He says: As the most expensive in our trio of wines from the region, it proved to be a poor value.
She says: At the $25 price point I can think of a long list of wines I’d prefer to drink.