The first nose is musty, a bit mouldy that then becomes almost aromaless, but with a hint of mowed grass. On the palate you get Honeydew melon and fresh citrus fruits. It is tangy and a little acidic, somewhat delicate and very easy to drink. Smooth, refreshing, and a nice lasting finish that makes you keep sipping and enjoying. This is not a very complex wine at all, which is absolutely fine, given it’s low price. It is still a wonderful choice for a Sauvignon Blanc. I had a takeout pizza from Local 149 with smoked salmon, boursin and spinach that was incredible and partnered perfectly with the Bogle Sauvignon Blanc.
Tart, light body, smooth finish, little alcoholly, yet refreshing, grape/currant flavors.
Nice crisp white for under $10. good apple taste without being too sweet.
External Reviews for Bogle Sauvignon Blanc
The cool coastal breezes of the Russian River appellation produce some of the most widely acclaimed Pinot Noir grapes. Bogle winemakers worked with long-time growers in this region to create this year's vintage. A wine of structure and finesse, floral aromas of crushed rose petals and violets are welcoming and inviting. Dense fruit flavors of black cherry integrate with moderately toasty oak overtones. The lingering impression on the palate is one of firmly weighted fruit with a soft, silky finish, echoing with touches of pipe tobacco and earthy leather. This wine is elegance with accessibility.
The first impression recalls a sun-dappled forest clearing, scattered with sweet wild strawberries and rustic mint. These hints of pine, bright berry and fresh herbs follow on the well-balanced palate, surrounded by soft suggestions of tea leaves and violets. Toasty vanilla winds itself throughout, wrapping around the finish: long, silky and elegant.
Mouthwatering and intense, with grass, lemon-lime and green papaya flavors that are highlighted by a zingy acidity. This has great intensity and a silky finish. Drink now. 40,000 cases made. -MW This is a nice, savory, fruity Sauvignon Blanc that's versatile at the table. It's crisp in acidity, with the flavors of pineapples, limes and vanilla. Good with everything from fried chicken to Chinese food. - S.H.
The first impression recalls a sun-dappled forest clearing, scattered with sweet wild strawberries and rustic mint. These hints of pine, bright berry and fresh herbs follow on the well-balanced palate, surrounded by soft suggestions of tea leaves and violets. Toasty vanilla winds itself throughout, wrapping around the finish: long, silky and elegant. - Winery
Refreshingly pure and complex, with ripe, vivid wild berry, raspberry and blackberry fruit that's firm at points and supple at others. Full-bodied, with wonderful balance and harmony, ending with a dillish oak edge. Drink now. Tasted twice, with consistent notes.
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