Bogle Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon California 2006
Really kind of underwhelmed with this wine. While nothing offensive, there was no particular characteristic that made it stand out. A bit thin and medicinal actually. While this price point is pretty low ($12) I am drinking other wines at this price that are superior.
2010 -Great Value for what it is....In this price range, this is what I deem to be the guiltless glass; if you are in the mood for a glass and do not want to finish the bottle, this is what gets the job done. Most of the wines I have tried in this price arena are a step above car wax. This is a good value product that is consistent. Go for it, you will not feel like you wasted your money...however you will also not feel your socks blow off. Recommended Pairing: Pizza...Enjoy....
Pretty enjoyable. Nothing amazing, but the price tag makes it worth it.
Decent for the price. Let it breathe and the right temp it is actually not bad.
External Reviews for Bogle Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon California
Wine Tasting NotesCabernet Sauvignon is a grape that takes its own sweet time, slowly lingering to ripen on the vine. We are rewarded by its reluctance. Ripe, bright cherries open up on the palate, with a hint of dried herbs and eucalyptus nestled among the fruit. Fourteen months in American barrels produced a well-integrated profile of spicy oak and rich tobacco. Firm but forgiving tannins leave a most welcome finish after each sip
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