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.
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Made in a grassy, herbal style, although it finishes with hints of ripe melon. Light-textured, with moderate body. Drink now.
This deft, lighter-styled Sauvignon Blanc offers juicy citrus, green apple and herb aromas and flavors. A subtle wine, with appealing flavors. Drinkable now.
Grassy, mowed hay, and herbal aromas are present in this medium-bodied, off-dry, pleasant wine. Unreleased CO2 in the wine gives it good freshness and lift.
Where too many Pinot Grigios are sweet and sugary, this onersquo;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.
Crisp and fruity, with grassy pear, herb and lemon notes that are complex and delicate. This is the best Mondavi Woodbridge release in several years and a great value at the price. Ready now.
Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Sauvignon Blanc is crisp and lively, displaying vibrant citrus, pear and tropical fruit character, with hints of mineral and lemongrass. - Winery
Shows plenty of varietal character. Spearmint, lemon and lime flavors, with a crisp, tart texture and a rich, spicy finish. Pleasant to drink and a good value.