Showcasing the varietal's trademark characteristics, the wine is impressively inky, dark and luscious in the glass. Supple fruits, including wild blackberry and Oregon blueberry, are distinct both in the aromatics and on first sip. Concentrated and rich, savory notes of toasty oak combine with
mocha and hints of salted caramel. The finish, firm and full bodied, lingers and lasts as only Petite Sirah can.
Try this unique wine with rich meat dishes of lamb, pork or game and their hearty sauces.
Smooth & Supple
For decades, the Bogle Petite Sirah has been one of America's most reliable wines; long and lust, but never too tannic or rough. Has fine grapeiness from start to finish. The 2012, product of an excellent North Coast vintage is a top effort from the winery.