Bogle Pinot Noir is smooth and subtle, with a light body and a delightfully ripe flavor. It has a creamy tannic texture and a gentle mouthfeel. Wine Enthusiast gave it 86 points. Strawberry, cherry, and tobacco flavors. It matches beautifully with Swiss chard, ravioli with sage butter sauce, sautéed mushrooms with garlic, and Fennel Crusted Rack of Lamb.
Bogle Pinot Noir is a dry, light-bodied wine that goes well with food. It belongs to the Bogle family. Despite the Bogle family cultivating in Clarksburg for six generations, their engagement in the wine industry dates back 50 years. Bogle's prosperity over the years has been rooted in the Bogle family's day-to-day engagement, in addition to handing down a great work ethic and attention to excellence. The family takes immense satisfaction in producing wines with distinct personalities and high quality. The most satisfactory standards are established from vineyard to bottle in order to craft a wine that consistently exceeds expectations. Bogle Vineyard was named America's winery of the year in the 2019 Wine Enthusiast Awards.
Bogle artisans picked fruit from California's most incredible producing locations for the varietal, resulting in a delicate yet passionate Bogle Pinot Noir. The chilly Russian River Valley, the coastal Monterey hills, and the distinctive Clarksburg Delta produce fruit with unique personalities. When these elements are combined, the outcome is a beautiful, classic Pinot Noir. Violet and rose petal floral scents mingle with wild strawberries on the nose of this wine. The silky, polished texture is brightened by luscious chokeberry and currant, with hints of pipe tobacco and old leather completing the sip. French and American oak leaves a lasting imprint, providing this wine with a harmonious finish of roasted aromas and polished tannins.
Dark ruby in color. A toasted, approachable Pinot Noir with strong cherry and chocolate aromas. It's delicious on its own or with meals. Swiss Chard Ravioli with Sage Butter Sauce, Mushrooms Sautéed with Garlic and Wine, and Teleme Cheese with Cherry Preserves are just a few of the meals that go well with this diverse wine. According to several wine experts, this California Pinot Noir wine would perfectly match beef, veal, and poultry. Bogle Vineyard's favorite pairings are Fennel Crusted Rack of Lamb, Grilled Ratatouille Platter, and Apricot Stuffed Pork Loin. Bon appétit!
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