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Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Zinfandel 2004

March 13th, 2007

zinfandel.jpgCould a Robert Mondavi wine disappoint? It’s quite possible, but not likely.
I was excited to try this wine since I paid $7.99, but I am sure you could find this around $6.00. Never be fooled by price my friends as it is very easy to have high expectations and then quickly end up dissapointed.

The color is deep burgundy and almost looks like Welch’s grape juice. The legs are long and inviting and the aromas are an intense mixture of black cherry and concord grapes. There is a subtle hint of forward fruit quickly overcome by rough textures and peppery notes. Don’t get me wrong, the taste is very sophisticated but may be too dry for some. The finish is clean and smooth with light after tastes .

You would think with all this fancy talk I would include a delicious meal. Nope cheese and crackers for this guy.

Senior Editor – J.W.

Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Zinfandel

Year: 2004
ALC: 13.5
Purchase Location: Lawton, OK
Price: $7.99


**½ overall

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    • 1. Alex  |  April 18th, 2012 at 9:47 am

      Yeah it’s pretty hard to go wrong with a Mondavi red! I’ve been sitting on a ’98 Mondavi Reserve for almost a decade now. I’m itching to try it.

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