We picked up this bottle of 2006 Chamard Pinot Blanc while visiting the winery in Connecticut. It cost us $17.99, clocked in at 12.5% alcohol by volume, and had a real cork closure.
On the nose I found pineapple, tropical fruit, lemon, and minerals. In the mouth, apple showed through the most (odd because I didn't get it on the nose at all!), then some lemon and other citrus with underlying tropical fruit.
Overall the wine was lively and acidic with good structure. We actually didn't get to taste this one while at the winery as they weren't pouring it that day, but I was really curious to try a Pinot Blanc from Connecticut so we took a few bottles home with us. Since the overall quality level of the wines were tried while there was very good, we didn't think it would be that big of a risk to take home something untried. A good gamble in my opinion, this wine was very well done.