John Wine Snob says:
‘Twas a beautiful evening in Phoenix. I stir-fried a variety of Squashes with herbs from the garden and lemons for our tree. I wilted some red kale with sweet onions, slivered almonds, raisins, and feta, and Hello. There was a beautiful summer dinner. I opened a bottle of Tartana Lane (no vintage) Chardonnay. It was a bit ambiguous as to where it even was from. It appears as though it was from Spain and bottled in California. The bottle was vague, but I got it at Fresh and Easy for $3.99 so who is complaining? There was a nice cool breeze as the sun set, birds were chirping their last chirps of the day, spring flower and citrus aromas filled the air? It was almost perfect. Mrs. Wine snob opened the wine and it was not perfect, but as I said before, “Who is complaining?” it was not bad. It was just innocuous. Sort of good if you want to just have a nice bottle of wine that you do not have to think about. It was nothing offensive. It was just a passive dinner companion without much to say. I will give it 2.5 stars.