Robert Mondavi Winery Sauvignon Blanc Woodbridge 2005
Where too many Pinot Grigios are sweet and sugary, this one's dry, and it has a crisp acidity that makes the mouth water. The flavors are of ripe Meyer lemons, limes, minerals, honeysuckle flowers and vanilla. Great with Asian-fusion fare.Add winemaker's notes
Thirty years ago, Robert Mondavi set out to establish a wine culture in America by putting great California wine on every table. Invigorated by the success of Robert Mondavi Winery in the Napa Valley, in 1979 he established the Woodbridge Winery near his childhood home of Lodi, California.
Two and a half glasses
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Where too many Pinot Grigios are sweet and sugary, this one's dry, and it has a crisp acidity that makes the mouth water. The flavors are of ripe Meyer lemons, limes, minerals, honeysuckle flowers and vanilla. Great with Asian-fusion fare.
Understated but fresh and easy. Nothing complicated, but presents clean melon and pear notes. Finishes light and largely dry.
Appley, with citrus and peach flavors, and very dry. The clean fruit flavors are highlighted by refreshing acidity. It finishes on a sweet-spicy green-apple note.
Nice for your next block party, an affordable wine with crisp apple, citrus and wildflower flavors that's dry and clean.
Made in a very dry, very crisp style, making it different from the run-of-the-mill, slightly sweet PGs, and that makes it a really nice wine. With rich citrus, fig, melon and spice flavors, it's a great cocktail sipper, and will go with a wide variety of food. Easy to find, with 300,000 cases produced.