Robert Mondavi Wine Beaverton OR

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Ponzi Vineyards
(503) 628-1227
14665 S.W. Winery Lane
Beaverton, OR
 
Arterberry Winery
(503) 472-1587
5626 Sw Haines St
Portland, OR

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Carter Vineyard
(503) 827-4086
Pmb 270~25 Nw 23Rd Place, Suite 6
Portland, OR

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Clear Creek Distillery
(503) 248-9470
1430 Nw 23Rd Ave
Portland, OR

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Beran Vineyards
(503) 628-1298
30088 Sw Egger Rd
Hillsboro, OR

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Cooper Mountain Vineyards
(503) 649-0027
9480 SW Grabhorn Road
Beaverton, OR

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Freju Cellars
(503) 628-7843
16691 South West McFee Place
Hillsboro, OR
 
J. Albin Winery
(503) 628-2986
19495 Vista Hill Drive
Hillsboro, OR

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Freja Cellars
(503) 628-7843
16691 S.W. McFee Place
Hillsboro, OR
 
Boran Vineyards Inc.
(503) 628-1298
30088 S W Eggers Road
Hillsboro, OR
 
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Robert Mondavi Selections: Revisiting the 2006 vintage

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Robert Mondavi Cabernet SauvignonWe recently had the opportunity to re-taste Robert Mondavi’s 2006 vintage wines, which we originally tasted in 2008. Two years in the bottle can often help big wines settle down and improve their flavors and soften their tannins. That is certainly the case here. While the 2006 vintage initially looked unpromising because of extended rains and delays in flowering, it ultimately allowed for long hang time, slow ripening and excellent fruit quality. These wines, now four years old, are each stunning examples of the high quality wines produced in 2006, which in our view were somewhat stronger than 2005 and have good aging potential. The 2007 Fumé Blanc Reserve To Kalon Vineyard, is also reviewed here. These wines are all fine examples of the superb winemaking at the Robert Mondavi Winery.

Robert Mondavi Winery 2006 Pinot Noir Reserve Los Carneros ($60) 91

This Pinot Noir Reserve displays a medium-light garnet ruby color and an attractive light red cherry and cranberry nose with touches of cola, leather and earthy spice. It has a medium weight palate with prominent vanilla, toasty oak, and dark red fruit flavors. The finish is long with good acidity and lingering vanilla and ripe cherry flavors. 

Robert Mondavi Winery 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley ($28) 89

The dark ruby Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley exhibits ripe raspberry and black currant fruit on the nose with a light touch of cedar. It is velvety smooth on the attack and offers ripe black currant fruit on the palate. It is showing soft round tannins and excellent balance presently and will certainly last for a decade or more.

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2006 Cabernet Sauvignon Oakville District, Napa Valley ($45) 91+

This is a highly concentrated full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon with rich flavors of blackberry, licorice , black cherry and spice. Sourced from both the To Kalon Vineyard (86%) and the nearby Oakville Ranch (14%), it exhibits power and depth with rounded muscular tannins. Although high in alcohol, the wine reveals good overall acidity and balance and will age for 10-15 years.

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2006 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve Napa Valley ($135) 94

The 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve combines a powerful fragrance with intensity of flavor. It offers rich black currant fruit with notes of lavender, cassis and cedar. It reveals a creamy mouth feel with concentrated lingering black fruit flavors, spice notes and coconut. It also shows polished t...

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Wine 'Doggy Bag' Regulations in Oregon

Looks like section 471.175-3 and 471.178-4 allows the holder of a full or limited on-premises sales license to allow a patron to remove a partially consumed bottle of wine if (i) the wine is served in conjunction with a meal, (ii) the patron is not a minor and (iii) the patron is not visibly intoxicated. We also hear that the restaurant must advise the patron of open container laws although we currently cannot find that in the actual written law. (see note 2)