Robert Mondavi Winery - Our Wines - Napa Valley Wines

Napa Valley Wines

Robert Mondavi's original vision was to produce wines from the Napa Valley that would stand in the company of the world's finest. These wines are sourced from the finest appellations in the Napa Valley including Oakville, Stag's Leap, Carneros and other select vineyard sites. The wines are blended together to create wines of complexity and elegance made possible by the diversity of these vineyard sites.

 

FUMÉ BLANC

The Original Fumé Blanc. Robert Mondavi created the term in 1966 to distinguish his dry Sauvignon Blanc from the sweeter-styled Sauvignon Blanc wines made at the time.

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CHARDONNAY

Sourced from the cool growing regions of the southern Napa Valley. Rich and complex, this wine makes a memorable impact on the palate

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CABERNET SAUVIGNON

Dense tannins are soft and silky, a rich setting for juicy fruit flavors of dark plum mingling with notes of dark chocolate and vanilla oak— A Napa Valley Classic.

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PINOT NOIR

Sourced from the Napa Valley side of the Carneros growing area. A bright and vivacious wine—fresh, youthful and alive.

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MERLOT

A full-bodied yet supple wine, this Merlot has good structure, with excellent acidity. The majority of the fruit for this wine is from our estate vineyards.

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Robert Mondavi Winery - Napa Valley Wines

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