As the temperatures swelled to an almost unbearable 90 degrees (32 C) it was decided to open this bottle of Kirkland Chardonnay. Advertised as a crisp California wine with notes of melon and butterscotch. Yes, it was bargained priced at 7.99 for 1.5 liter bottle, which should have been the clue anyone, I mean anyone, would have picked up. I prefer unoaked Chardonnay but was willing to give this one a try. Epic Fail
Tastes heavy on the tongue, coating as the promised butterscotch or some other coagulated substance.
Tastes like a wine up too late for its age.
Honeydew, unemployment and scents of urine after you have eaten say....asparagus.
Oily, a good bum wine. First bottle we have upended into the sink in quite a long time.
Clearly, not recommend. Grade = F
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