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The 2009 Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Merlot offers lush aromas and flavors of juicy black cherries and plums accent...Read more...
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This wine wasnt bad, but it was far from being good. The fruit seemed fake to me, almost like cherry Koolaid, however I found the spice notes it ha... Read more
Good. Clear flavor. No after taste Read more
This is my new favorite everyday wine. It's not terribly complex, but it's velvety smooth and with a nice finish. Read more
Food Pairings for Woodbridge Cab California United
This wine wasnt bad, but it was far from being good. The fruit seemed fake to me, almost like cherry Koolaid, however I found the spice notes it had to be interesting.
Good. Clear flavor. No after taste
This is my new favorite everyday wine. It's not terribly complex, but it's velvety smooth and with a nice finish.
I find this one to be a bit dry for my taste. I would drink it to be polite but would much rather drink something else.
I got a small single serving of this while taking the Amtrak to Chicago. It is exactly what you would expect of a wine that you would buy on an Amtrak. It was good enough, and was pleasant enough to sip on - and, considering my situation - I guess I just didn't feel the right to be snooty about anything. Not a lot of body and the tannins seemed low, but, met expectations well enough.
Nice and smooth. Great value for price.
Dark deep cherry flavors. Lots of character. Good texture and finish. Better than I expected.
External Reviews for Woodbridge Cab California United
Cassis, Pflaume und Eiche Aromen in einem trockenen Paket bilden einfach-zu-trinken Cabernet-Sauvignon. Fruchtig und angenehm.
A little thin in flavor, but honest and robust, with thick tannins framing blackberries, cherries, currants and herbs. A very good price for a Cab this easy to drink.
This superb value offers accurate cabernet fruit with a light patina of oak. The wine was clearly made for enjoyable current drinking in the arena of everyday, and it follows through on its promise.
Bright and lively with nice balance and acidity. Hints of oak mixed with herb, cedar and red fruits.
Starts off with a pronounced licorice quality, framed in smoky oak. The wine shows moderate body, with currant and spice fanning out on an herbal finish. Best from 2000 through 2006.
Winemaker Notes - Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Merlot has velvety smooth layers of black cherry, blackberry and chocolate character with just a hint of oak.
The aromas of coffee and toasted oak in our 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon mingle with deep flavors of black cherries and black currants to produce a wonderfully elegant wine. Ripe fruit flavors are structured with firm, seamless tannins and excellent balance. A small amount of Petite Sirah adds a touch of blackberry liqueur, while Merlot and Syrah enhance the wine’s rich mouthfeel and spicy finish. Enjoy this approachable Cabernet Sauvignon with a grilled steak, lamb burgers cooked over the coals and, when cooler weather sets in, hearty soups and stews.
The 2009 Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Merlot offers lush aromas and flavors of juicy black cherries and plums accented by hints of mocha and cloves. The supple, velvety tannins give the wine good structure, while oak aging adds warm vanilla tones to the finish. The complex flavors and smooth texture of this wine enable it to pair well with a wide variety of dishes. Enjoy this versatile and approachable Merlot with barbecued chicken, spaghetti Bolognese, wild mushroom risotto, or a perfectly grilled burger.
|Total Acidity: .060 grams per liter|
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