Bogle Petite Sirah
Discover Bogle Petite Sirah:
This wine, like other Bogle Petite Sirahs, is renowned for its concentration and intensity. Petite Sirah is our family’s “legacy” variety, having been the first red grape planted by founder Warren Bogle in 1968.
Purple, inky, rich, and jammy are all words that come to me when I think about purple. All of these qualities are present in the Bogle Petite Sirah. This wine delivers on every level, from the chocolate and cocoa notes on the scent to the luscious boysenberry and blueberry fruit on the tongue. The smooth mouthfeel is followed by even softer tannins, which wrap themselves around the wine like a beloved blanket on a wet day. After a year in American oak, this wine is luscious and indulgent, with vanilla and fragrant clove lingering on the finish.
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Syrah is a black grape type used to produce dry red wines with a medium to heavy body. The meal combinations and taste notes related with the Syrah grape type will be discussed in this guide. Also, find out how the climate affects the flavor of Syrah. Shiraz, among other varietal and regional designations, is another name for Syrah.
yrah is a full-bodied, dry red wine that shines best on the tongue when first tasted. Syrah is not only flavorful, but it's also one of the darkest-colored inky wines available. Syrah's violet and silky smoothness is supported by large fruit and crisp spice in a deep purple color with little translucency. On the tongue, these tastes are usually stronger at first, with a softer texture, viscosity, and spice leading the way out. While these are the basic characteristics of Syrah taste, climate has an important influence in influencing the kind of flavor found in Syrah wines.
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