Chardonnay and Thai food, it works well! This particular bottle was the only white available at our local Thai joint, so we thought we would give it a try after filling up on Singha beer and curry. Golden yellow in the glass, the nose was buttery with some hints of lemon. Very oaky, but not gross, it hit the right notes with me. The lemon I sensed earlier was there on the palate, but slightly sweeter. Strange to be describing it this way, but it lacked the acidity normally found in whites, yet it didn’t bother me. For once I was happy with an inexpensive, over-oaked chardonnay that I simply enjoyed. It was very easy to drink, and had been chilled to the right temperature. Albeit not a great wine, I think it deserves 85 points, but for me it was a 4 star wine. I would most definitely buy this again and drink it with any spicy dishes, or as an aperitif. Planning a party this summer, buy this one by the case.