Not what was expected . . .
With a Chardonnay - New World or Old - you expect a degree of weight, complexity and structure, whether oaked or not. But that's not what you get here. This shows a lot of citrus fruit on the nose, but in the mouth it all turns green, light and bland, with little trace of the rich oiliness or oak body - or indeed flavour - that you would expect. As someone else has commented, it drinks like a young, fresh Sauvignon Blanc. Nothing wrong with that in itself - but if I wanted to drink a Sauvignon Blanc, I would have bought a Sauvignon Blanc, not an oaked Chardonnay . . .