It used to be great, but then was devoured by an uncaring, brand-barfing industry giant. Now, acquired once more, it is great again. ... and the price is virtually what it was way back when.
What are we talking about? A Chardonnay from limestone and decomposed granite-rich slopes 1800 feet above sea level, nearly as high as the Pinnacles National Monument which is but a mile up the (crazy one-lane) road. Someone made wine here in a chicken coop, once upon a time. You should learn the rest of the story. Meanwhile, the wine itself stylistically resembles Pouilly-Fuisse. - but not in price!