Category Archives: White

Le Champ des Etoiles Chardonnay

I wasn’t super excited about trying this wine.  It comes in a decidedly dull bottle.  The label looks like it was someone trying real hard to make fancy-schmancy looking wedding invitations in Microsoft Publisher having read the business card design advice in American Psycho and discovered a font that made them feel special on a… Read More »

Majestic Loves Chardonnay

Since Majestic took over Naked Wines, or Naked Wines took over Majestic, depending on your perspective, the most visible signs have been Majestic taking on the Naked Wines approach to marketing.  The multibuy deals have been added to with “free” wine glasses if you buy a certain number of wines at certain times, and the… Read More »

Quetzal Chardonnay Chenin Blanc Mexican Wine

I’d never had a Mexican wine before, which is not that surprising, as I’ve never been to Mexico either.  I’ve eaten a lot of TexMex food which I’ve enjoyed a lot, but I suspect the closest I’ve ever come to eating Mexican food is in Detroit, just north of Canada!  Detroit’s West Side has a… Read More »

Kirkland Signature Signature Series Russian River Valley Chardonnay 2013

Costco is the largest wine retailer in the USA.  That’s a bit weird, but as America has such bizarre laws about shipping and selling wine, it’s perhaps not surprising.  Wine wholesale and distribution practices in the US are not a cartel or a racket, no siree bob, absolutely not, no organised activity there at all.  Just… Read More »

Lay Of The Land Destination Sauvignon Blanc 2014

The weather has’t really been conducive to a nice cooling Sauvignon Blanc, but I try not to let such details bother me.  I do like cold white wines when it’s cold outside but warm and toasty inside.  There’s something comforting about being snuggled up under a blanket in front of a fire and having condensation… Read More »