Bogle's 2007 Chardonnay has a little something for everyone: barrel fermentation, sur-lies aging, and partial malolactic fermentation. These hand-crafted processes create a wine with a generous entry and layers of complexity.
Green apple and ripe pear overwhelm the senses, while creamy and buttery notes caress mid-palate. New American oak lends nutmeg and spicy tones to the wine.
The finish leaves with crispness and balanced acidity, creating a wine perfect for pairing with nearly every kind of food.