Wine Robert Mondavi, "Woodbridge" Cabernet Sauvignon
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Reviews of purchase Robert Mondavi, "Woodbridge" Cabernet Sauvignon
The wine has an intense ruby color with a purple hue.
The wine has a mild flavor with delicate vanilla tones. A long soft finish.
The aroma of wine felt shades of black berries and spices.
The wine is excellent with meat and cheese.
California red semi-dry wine "Woodbridge" Cabernet Sauvignon is made on a small traditional winery Woodbridge, which is perfect for creating wines are individually terroir. In this part of the Napa Valley each vineyard has its differences: different climate, soil character. Woodbridge wines acquire special character after aging in barrels of French and American oak.
Robert Mondavi Winery was established in 1966. Robert Mondavi wanted to create wines in the Napa Valley, which will be on a par with the best wines in the world. And his dream came true. For more than 40 years the name has become a symbol Mondavi Napa Valley wine and California as a whole. Robert vineyards are located in different regions of California and designed for growing different varieties of grapes. With a variety of soil and climatic conditions the company has achieved Robert Mondavi wines produced by this diversity.
Robert Mondavi is called the "Father of California wine." He carefully studied the properties of French oak, deciding exactly how to withstand California wines. He was the first in California wine produced from Sauvignon Blanc, aged in oak barrels, the first made of high quality wines from Pinot Noir and was able to play in the Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon wine from Bordeaux in style. Decanter magazine in 1988 named him "Man of the Year." School of Business at Harvard awarded him the title of "Business Leader of the Year." Also, Robert Mondavi was awarded the title "Entrepreneur of the Year", "winemaker of the decade", "patron of the arts", the prize Vinitaly. Wine Spectator in 1997 declared him a man more thing to do to improve the image of wine. A winery "Woodbridge", belonging Mondavi, called "the most significant in the United States."