Rat checking in.
Nice golden color with medium-strong oak on the nose. I was a little worried that it was going to be an oak/butter bomb, which I don't care for, but it turned out to be much more mild on the palette.
Oak is the dominant flavor, but it's not overpowering. Got a little bit of vanilla and honeydew. There was a tanginess on the end that was kind of a mix of citrus and the heat from the alcohol. The alcohol taste isn't strong, but it's present. Apart from the tanginess on the end, it's got a creamy, heavy mouthfeel.
It's not super complex, but it's tasty. My girlfriend and I don't normally like chardonnay, but we both thought this one was good. I suspect because of its mild nature and not being overpowering with any one flavor.
Before seeing the price listed, I thought it was a $15-20 bottle, so at about $8 on woot, it's a great buy for an everyday drinking chard.
Somewhat unrelated note, but props to the Grape Debater program. My last review was unfavorable for the wine. I thought, "They're never going to let me review again." But they did. I was pleased that they're not filtering out people who write bad reviews and cultivating a batch of people who only ever say good things.