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Five Oaks Vineyards Chardonnay

Last Modified: 09/15/13
First Published: 08/22/08
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Five Oaks Vineyards Chardonnay from California is an inexpensive very middle of the road good buy. With the cost of all wines going up this Chardonnay is definitely worth the $3 dollar price tag.

This Chardonnay is a medium body slightly sweet, though not too much, with an impressive finish. It is suprisingly well balanced for such a reasonably priced wine.

This Chardonnay is vinted and bottled by Five Oaks Vineyards, Modesto, California. Give it a try next time your budget is telling you not to spend much on a bottle of wine. 



Comments
Thu Aug 28, 2008 5:04 pm
Name: anonymous | Comment: what is the real brand behind five oaks? it tastes better than 3.

Wed Jun 24, 2009 3:03 pm
Name: Sam | Comment: The cabernet and shiraz are also very good wines. The best we've found in this price range. We think it even beats 'Two Buck Chuck' from Trader Joe's and we've been a fan of it for years. I also wonder if another vineyard is bottling this to attract a certain market while also bottling better, more expensive wines.

Sun Dec 13, 2009 9:46 am
Name: Mac G | Comment: Would like to know where we can buy this excellent wine. Tasted 1 bottle but cannot find out where to buy it. South Carolina. theantiquecouple@yahoo.com

Fri Dec 18, 2009 7:59 pm
Name: jg | Comment: rite aid

Thu Jan 07, 2010 3:08 pm
Name: ace | Comment: Rite Aid sells Five Oaks. It is a Gallo product.

Thu Jan 07, 2010 4:16 pm
Name: Don G. | Comment: I really like it. It tastes just like the Tisdale cabernet.

Thu Mar 18, 2010 12:20 pm
Name: ap | Comment: This white zinfandel by five oaks is outstanding by far the best wine that i have ever tastes high price and low price it beats them all.

Tue Apr 13, 2010 3:08 pm
Name: Annick L | Comment: Can't buy wine in drugstores or grocery stores in my state. Tasted the Shiraz and LOVED IT. Unbelievable price !! How can it be ordered by individual or liquor store ?

Sun May 30, 2010 1:41 pm
Name: chad | Comment: i tried the white zinfandel and the shiraz and they are delicious table wines. good inflation fighters and decent for college guys working partime while going to school. i love gallo wines anyways becasue they are cheap and taste good.

Thu Apr 21, 2011 3:04 pm
Name: Mary | Comment: LOVE, LOVE LOVE THE PINOT GRIGIO!
Very light and fruity.
Riteaid is the only locale I have found for this great buy.

Wed Jul 13, 2011 7:42 am
Name: Ron widgren | Comment: Bought the Five Oaks Merlot. Unless this is just a bad bottle I found this wine to be very bitter and biting. I have tried a lot of off brand wines and this is the worst merlot i have ever tasted. Hope the other types I bought are better. wish this came with a refund because I ended up dumping it down the drain.

Sun Jul 24, 2011 7:33 am
Name: Sorrel | Comment: I too came across this brand at my local Rite Aid chain. However, I passed it up on more than one occasion simply because it was so inexpensive (silly, I know). My curiosity finally overwhelmed me, which led to purchasing and partaking in the Shiraz. I was simply floored. This Shiraz by far beats its inexpensive (and a few overpriced) counterparts. I was surprised to find it to be associated with Gallo ( a wine I am not so fond of). I often partake in very expensive wines with some of my wine enthusiast family members (I personally prefer a wine that doesn't break the bank). I am happy to say that I took some bottles of Five Oaks Shiraz and Pinot Grigio to a family gathering, the Shiraz was opened and aired and enjoyed after a bottle of my brothers very expensive Cabernet Sauvignon, yet it was the Five Oaks Shiraz that was raved about. I loved seeing his jaw drop when I filled him in on the "wine shop" I purchased this gem at, not to mention the $3 price tag. Of course this wine is not something I would present as a gift or open in celebration of a very special occasion. However, I do indeed stock my home with Five Oaks for hot summer BBQ's, evenings on the deck with good friends, and cool nights around the fireplace. I will definitely take advantage of the Rite Aid price as long as it lasts. Go ahead and give it a try, even if it doesn't excite your palate, it's just a measly $3. (To Ron, I have yet to purchase the Merlot, I think after your review I will avoid it as to not tarnish my current fondness I have for this brand, thanks for the forewarning).



Sun Sep 04, 2011 10:13 pm
Name: Dawn | Comment: Just tried to Chardonnay.....It was on clearance for $1,74, so I thought, 'WHY NOT"......I really enjoyed it....will be trying all the other varietals soon!!!! mmmmmmmmm

Thu Aug 02, 2012 7:31 pm
Name: Gordon Comment: Who sells this wine in Corvallis?

Mon Aug 13, 2012 10:08 amGordon, Rite Aid is one place in Corvallis that sells Five Oaks Chardonnay. It is very inexpensive at Rite Aid.

Wed Apr 24, 2013 2:28 pm
Name: Renee Comment: Good buy for someone looking for an inexpensive wine. A lot cheaper than going out to a wine bar and paying $7 for a glass of wine not much better than this one.


Sun Sep 15, 2013 2:42 pm
Name: Jacob Comment: I am a Pinot Grigio fan and thoroughly enjoy the Five Oaks Vineyards Pinot Grigio as does my friend their Chardonnay. Rite Aid, nationally, may have a contract with them to buy all their wine production, which may be why we can't find it anywhere else. I don't see Gallo mentioned on the bottle. If Gallo was involved, wouldn't that fact have to be mentioned on the bottle?


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