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Review of Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi 2008 Moscato

Happy Hour: Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi 2008 Moscato

If you're looking to expand your wine horizons, you might want to consider a light dessert wine called Muscat. A white grape varietal that's grown all over the world in wine-making regions from South Africa to Serbia, the Muscat grape is known for its highly perfumed floral aroma. Typically speaking, Muscats are fortified wines with moderate sweetness and a slight effervescence.

One Muscat I recommend is Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi's 2008 Moscato. At just $8, this is a great bottle to start with. The grapes are grown in California, and the liquid is pale yellow with a fruity flavor and silky finish; the bouquet has notes of honey and orange. This lush white is enjoyable alone after dinner, paired with flaky pastry desserts, or with cheese and fruit.

Have you ever sipped Muscat? What's your favorite bottle?

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cuteaholic929 cuteaholic929 6 years
Quady Electra Orange Muscat '07. Sounds strange because its a dessert wine, but I like pairing it with a steak.
Swedeybebe Swedeybebe 6 years
Just not a fan of dessert wines, and I've tried many.
Vancitylights Vancitylights 6 years
Muscat de Mireval is a great muscat from the south of france, perfect as an summer appetizer...
msdecember msdecember 6 years
i have.... i have been drinking moscato for some years now.. some brands are way too sweet so i have tended to shy away.. i will definitely try this one.
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