(Okay, that sounds a bit ominous.)
I found this bottle of 2005 Fritz Chardonnay hiding in our basement when Matt and I were reorganizing the wine last weekend. A surprise to me, as I thought I had written up all the white wines in my collection.
The wine had a real cork closure, clocked in at 14.2% alcohol by volume, and cost us $20 in a club shipment.
On the nose I found lemon, oak, butter, vanilla cream, and apple. In the mouth I found the wine to be buttery and oaky. Additionally, I got lemons, peach and more oak in the mouth. Overall, this was an oaky, buttery Chardonnay. It wasn't flabby or anything, but I was overwhelmed by the butter and oak. It's just NMS.