If you drink a lot of wine you may get immune to palatable wines that aren’t top of the heap. This is that sort of wine. It’s absolutely totally OK but not write a wine blog about great. No one at the table had any complaints, no one had any raves.
The BMC starts with a light, citrusy punch, transitions quickly to a typical and lovely oaky chardonnay, then lingers with a pleasant metallic butterscotch finish.
Not much to complain about at the price, though certainly no heavyweight. With a basic frittata it worked wonders.
Price: $20.90 direct from the vineyard.
Market Liquidity: Likeable.