Highly recommended Cabernet with a secret ingredient, the Twenty Acres by Bogle Cabernet Sauvignon.
Mostly Cabernet Sauvignon with 10-15% Petite Sirah blended in, a nod to the variety planted on the original 20 acres of land on the Bogle Home Ranch in Clarksburg, California. The wine is aged in one year old American oak for 12 months and finished in new French oak for 2 months. It is also vegan friendly.
Sample submitted for review. SRP of $20 and available for as low as $12. Ready to buy? Check your local retailers.
Our family began farming in Northern California in the 1870s. It wasn't until 1968 that we planted Twenty Acres of wine grapes, quickly realizing our land's true potential. Since then each harvest has provided much to our family, which is why we are passionate about sustainable farming practices.
As our vineyards expanded, so did our commitment to making premium, handcrafted wines. Today, we are sixth generation farmers and third generation grape growers looking to the future. But we never forget our family's humble start in grape growing - a story that began with Twenty Acres.
Providing a link to our original Twenty Acres, we complement the cherry and plum notes of Cabernet with the flavors of blueberry, boysenberry and hints of black pepper and the deep, beautiful color of Petite Sirah.
Vinted and Bottled by Bogle Vineyards
The 2020 Twenty Acres by Bogle Cabernet Sauvignon opens with attractive aromas of plum, blackberry, black cherry, cocoa, licorice and hints of leather and tobacco.
Tasting the wine reveals dark fruit, licorice, black pepper and some dusty tannins. Smooth with nicely integrated spice throughout and good complexity, this is pretty darn tasty with the Petite Sirah blended in.
It ends dry and long.
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