Thursday, July 22, 2010

Pinot Noir, Robert Mondavi 06'

naked wine review 27
wine:pinot Noir
producer:Robert Mondavi, Private Selection
region:Woodbridge, California
date tasted:6/2/08
place tasted:I'm not at liberty to disclose that information.
served with:mixed berries, brie, and a fresh summer salad.
appearance:a clean, light, cherry candy red.
taste:gentle little spice bees buzz around cherry blossoms and berries only to be whisked away in a velvety smooth finish on a breeze of delicate tannins and oak.
bouquet:an almost intangible pheromone effect on the naked senses with the bouquet of a spring meadow bathed in sunshine after a heavy rain.
balance:elegant and light on its feet. It is a happy wine with a deeply spiritual nature.
comments:easy to talk to and much cheaper than therapy. This wine is sympathetic to all of lifes tedious complications. It will validate your feelings as well as lift your spirits. It's a good wine to have around. So buy a bottle, give it a hug, and savour it's glorious conversation, it's a real friends friend.

rating:3 stars