It’s decent, not spectacular. The label is much too grand for the wine inside. (It reminds me of select designer togs on the rack at Winners.) It has oak, I think a tad too much, too forward, some butter, but not enough, overall typical of what you drink in California when you order a local chard by the glass at lunch in a so-so establishment. There is nothing distinct or particular about it that makes you recommend it or want to stock up. But the USD price? Now that’s something lovely.
Price: $11.99 USD in Washington (an over-the-top entirely not worth $30 at select private BC wine stores).
Market Liquidity: Come to think of it, I will stock up.