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Bogle Vineyards Petite Sirah California 2011
Just as fruity and enticing as the day it was conceived, Yago Sant'Gria is based on the traditional Spanish summer "Refresher Wine". Often enjoyed on the rocks, with a splash of lemon juice, a dash of sugar and some club soda, Yago is a delicate blend of medium-dry red table wine and succulent fruit juices.
Great for the price point. Fruity and spiced without sweetness
Smoothe plum flavor with aftertastes of watered down cherry juice; Weak odor with hints of black cherry; alcohol vapor smell after swallowing.
We liked it. $24 at Raven Grill.
External Reviews for Bogle Vineyards Petite Sirah California
With notes of ripe summer boysenberries and blueberries, this Petite Sirah is known for its inky color and jammy notes of black fruit, mainly berries, currants and spice. Toasty oak and hints of cocoa and leather, this wine has firm tannins that enhance the long, lingering finish. Bogle's Website
This year's vintage displays the heady aromas of ripe plums and summer blackberries wrapped in elusive whispers of pepper. The voluptuous finish brings it all together with hints of old-fashioned cigar boxes, spicy cocoa and warm berry pie.
This years vintage displays the succulentaromas of vine-ripened boysenberries and summer blackberries mingling with touches of pipe tobacco and warm spice. The voluptuous finish is reminiscent of a warm berry crisp, fresh from the oven.
Amazingly inky, deep purple wine emerges from the bottle as you pour a glass of Bogle's flagship varietal. On the nose, powerful boysenberry and blackberry scents are reminiscent of last summer's offering. Trademark jammy notes fill the mouth with ripe fruit and berries. The voluptuous finish lingers with toasty, vanilla oak and lush fruit. The firm tannins make this a wine that can develop for years to come, but you won't want to wait that long to enjoy it! Try this unique wine with rich meat dishes of lamb, pork or game and their hearty sauces.
First produced in 1978 by the Bogle family, this 2004 Petite Sirah is considered Bogle?s 'heritage' varietal. On the nose, luscious boysenberry teases you along with touches of black pepper and herbs. Trademark inky and jammy tones fill the
The Bogle Vineyards Petite Sirah is a nice, easy to drink fruity wine. This will please Zinfandel lovers who are looking for something "a little different".
Amazingly inky, deep purple wine emerges from the bottle as you pour a glass of Bogle's flagship varietal. On the nose, powerful boysenberry and blackberry scents are reminiscent of last summer's off