Woodbridge Moscato 2011

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Our Moscato displays perfumed aromas and lightly sweet flavors filled with orange blossom fresh citrus lychee honey and spice. The wine's style is slightly effervescent (called frizzante in Italy)

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Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi:
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.

External Reviews for Woodbridge Moscato

External Review
Source: CityWineCellar.com
01/15/2011

Our Moscato displays perfumed aromas and lightly sweet flavors filled with orange blossom, fresh citrus, lychee, honey, and spice. The wine's style is slightly effervescent (called frizzante in Italy) so that the fruit dances on the palate. Then the bright, delicious flavors turn silky on the honeyed-fruit finish. Sip our Moscato in the afternoon with fruit and cheese or enjoy with lightly sweet desserts, such as fresh strawberries dipped in chocolate. Serve chilled.


External Review
Source: CityWineCellar.com
04/12/2011

Our Moscato displays perfumed aromas and lightly sweet flavors filled with orange blossom, fresh citrus, lychee, honey, and spice. The wine's style is slightly effervescent (called frizzante in Italy)


External Review
Source: CityWineCellar.com
04/12/2011

Our 2008 Moscato displays perfumed aromas and lightly sweet flavors filled with orange blossom, fresh citrus, lychee, honey, and spice. The wine's style is slightly effervescent (called frizzante in I



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Our Moscato displays perfumed aromas and lightly sweet flavors filled with orange blossom fresh citrus lychee honey and spice. The wine's style is slightly effervescent (called frizzante in Italy)

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