SRP of $8 and available widely for around $6. Sample received courtesy Folsom & Associates for review purposes.
From the bottle:
“Capturing the perfumed character of the Muscat grape, our Moscato’s fruity aromas and delicately sweet, lively flavors complement fresh fruit and lightly sweet desserts. Believing that wine is integral to gracious living, Robert Mondavi founded Woodbridge Winery in 1979 to make fine wines for every occasion. He returned to his childhood roots in Lodi, California to craft wines that combine rich tradition with innovation.
I am quickly becoming a fan of Moscato, which offers a delicious level of sweetness at a low price. (Take our most recent bulk buy for example, the Redtree Moscato – A Deliciously Sweet Bulk Buy!.) We’ve also had good luck with other wine in the Woodbridge line, so a Moscato from Woodbridge certainly sounds like an easy choice. Let’s find out if it is.
The 2010 Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Moscato begins with predominantly floral and citrus aromas with a dash of tropical fruit. The wine tastes syrupy sweet with flavors of honey, pear, citrus (lemon) and apricot. This wine has just a hint of effervescence. The nice sweet finish actually lasts a surprisingly long time. So long, in fact, that it made me bump my Taste rating up a bit.
Overall this is a very good, basic Moscato that is only $6 and available just about everywhere. In other words, this wine is definitely an easy choice.
Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi wine reviewed to date:
2009 Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Cabernet/Merlot – Easy-Going and Adaptable
2009 Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Zinfandel – A Fine Wine For $5.99
2010 Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Pinot Grigio – A Simple and Refreshing Party Wine
Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Extra Dry Sparkling Wine – Holiday Sparklers Wine #1
Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Brut – Holiday Sparklers Wine #5