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Robert Mondavi Woodbridge Pinot Noir 2009 Review

Robert Mondavi Woodbridge Pinot Noir 2009

Day 1

The first taste you pickup from this Robert Mondavi Pinot Noir is black cherry followed by raisin. The tannins in this are more apparent than any other noir I’ve tried. In fact, without knowing the type of wine I would’ve guessed cabernet sauvignon. Initially I wasn’t a fan. The second glass, after the bottled breathed a little tasted much better bringing out the smoother elements of the wine.

Day 2

Day 2 it was far better. Perhaps even  yummy. The tannins and tartness mellowed, replaced by rich noir flavor. This is an interesting wine and proved more challenging than expected for the $6.99 price point.  Not a favorite but decent.

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2 comments on “Robert Mondavi Woodbridge Pinot Noir 2009 Review

  1. Sounds more interesting than I expected.

  2. Thanks for the comment. I was pleasantly surprised as well. Cheers.

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