La Famiglia di Robert Mondavi Moscato Blanco California 2006
Notes on the Robert Mondavi Moscato D'oro Dessert Wine 2006 Half-Size Btl. : 375ML Half BottleWINEMAKER NOTES: Fresh, floral and beautifully balanced with a crisp, clean finish and a bit of spritz. Lush with honeysuckle aromas and fruity flavors dominated by ripe melon. Lightly sweet and refreshing as a tropical breeze.ROBERT MONDAVI MOSCATO D'ORO DESSERT WINE 2006 HALF-SIZE BTL.
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Wine Tasting NotesGently pressed as whole clusters to retain delicate character Cool-fermented in stainless steel tanks to capture fruitiness Fermented with selected strain of yeast to accentuate floral character Fermentation stopped by chilling the wine at desired sweetness.
Captivating aromas of lime, mint and spring flowers, with a hint of oyster shell. Juicy and lively in the mouth, with bright grapefruit and floral flavors. Comes across as much less sweet than its 100 grams of residual sugar would suggest, thanks to bright acidity and citrus peel notes. This was served to me as partly frozen slush, which is the way Robert Mondavi enjoys this extremely refreshing wine.
As I stated earlier, Mondavi has launched an Italian varietal campaign, with good rather that sublime results. It has produced an aromatic, intense, moderately sweet yet crisp and beautifully constructed 1995 Moscato d'Oro... Mondavi's answer to the gorgeous Moscatos of Piedmont, Italy. It is a lovely, rich wine that should be over the next 1-2 years.
A sweet pretty wine with lip-smacking flavors of ripe, sweet oranges, apricots and cherries, with a luscious edge of smoke, vanilla and cinnamon. Tastes quite sweet, with a crisp backbone of steely acidity.
Still with some spritz, this is a sweet, but not too sweet, clean and vibrant wine. with rich flavors of apricots and vanilla. The effervescence should disappear in time.