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Case price includes taxes and bottle deposits.
Bogle Vineyards is a family-owned winery, in its 3rd generation of winemakers. As The Wine Enthusiast Magazine's Winery of the Year, we are indeed proud to have been working with Bogle for almost 20 years.
This case consists of 4 different Bogle wines, all excellent value.
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Vinified from a blend of Cab Sauv, Merlot and Zin.
The wine is salmon pink, and its aromatics of fresh-picked strawberries & melons herald a vibrant, abundantly fruity, crisp, clean and succulent dry palate. For the patio or with lighter fare. 2018 vintage.
Bogle winemakers have sourced fruit from the best growing regions in California for the varietal. The terroirs of the cool Russian River Valley and coastal Monterey hills grow fruit of character and distinction. Combined, the resulting wine is an elegant, classic Pinot Noir. 2017 vintage.
Heady scents of ripe summer strawberries make a lovely first impression, while hints of crushed violets and sweet dried herbs resonate on the nose. Refined and nuanced, the mouthfeel softens as layers of cherry fruit are wrapped in a comforting blanket of pipe tobacco and worn leather. The firm, yet lingering finish is perfectly balanced with touches of baking spices, fragrant fruit and earth tones. 2017 vintage.
Bogle's Cabernet grapes hung on the vines well into Autumn, soaking up sun-filled California days and resting during cool, crisp nights. By this they achieve their complex flavours.
Opening with dense fruit notes of dried cherry and plum compote, this Cab captivates the nose and palate. Hints of clove, nutmeg and burnt caramel are the result of 16 months in American Oak barrels. Dusty tannins give way to a concentrated mouthfeel, with ample structure and balance to ensure this wine will age well for years to come. 2017 vintage.
Petite Sirah is a synonym for the French Durif grape, a cross between Syrah and Pelousin. It was brought to California in its pioneering days and used as a blending grape predominantly. Relatively recently however, winemakers have discovered that it makes great wine on its own, and DNA testing has confirmed its pedigree.
Inky purple, rich and jammy - yet balanced, smooth and supple. Notes of mocha and cocoa on the nose, juicy boysenberry and blueberry fruit on the palate, this wine over-delivers. A silky mouthfeel with supple tannins wrapping around the wine like your favorite blanket on a rainy day. Luscious and decadent, this wine finishes with vanilla and sweet clove, lingering after its aging in American oak for 15 months. 2017 vintage.
Case price: $350.19, including HST and bottle deposits.