Monroeville gets the Dom Perignon of health care while Braddock and surrounding communities are left with Two Buck Chuck health care," said Tony Buba, chair of the SOCH steering committee.
What does TBC stand for?
TBC stands for Two Buck Chuck (Charles Shaw wines)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
You don't want the $50 bottle or the Two Buck Chuck.
More a phenomenon than a wine, Two Buck Chuck (aka the Charles Shaw label) is an invention of the controversial wine producer Fred Franzia.
He couldn't have looked more pained had he been ordered at gunpoint to guzzle a glass of Two Buck Chuck.
Better to target Trader Joe’s and cut off the supply of Two Buck Chuck.
The report is broken into seven parts and details the domestic market, exports and imports and the Two Buck Chuck and [Yellow Tail] phenomena.
Mondavi, founded in 1966 by wine pioneer Robert Mondavi, has faced tough competition from imports and inexpensive domestic brands such as California's Charles Shaw, commonly known as Two Buck Chuck because it sells for $1.
Fred Franzia, President of Bronco Wine Company and widely known as the "Father of Two Buck Chuck," received the "Entrepreneur of the 2000s Award" from Richard Cartiere's Wine Market Report in Napa this week.