These are easy to drink. They are easy to find. They are not too expensive. And when Gismondi gave the MCC Chardonnay a 91 point rating with the note that it’s probably the best value $20 bottle of wine going, BC Liquor was quick to ribbon the necks with the pointster adornment.
Glass half full: They are drinkable. (Although the medallions on the Cab Sauv, which end in 2012, seem to speak of a laxity at the vineyard.) They aren’t expensive. They are approachable, food friendly, and great social bottles.
Glass half empty: They are totally without endurance. You will have forgotten them as you finish your glass, not the bottle. Great in a restaurant, given the markups, but you can do far better at home. They are like a wild card in a grand slam; all promise.
Price: Around $20 for either, give or take the whims of the “sale makers” at BCL.
Market Liquidity: Glass half full.