“TASTING NOTES:View: Straw yellow with greenish reflections.Nose: smooth, light mineral and subtle notes of wild flowers, citrus, lemon peel, apricot, pear, apple, nuts, honey, vanilla, rosemary and thyme.Mouth: Mild flavor, fresh, complex and well balanced with a creamy texture and a slight depth on the palate.APPELLATION: California (United States).VINEYARD: Bogle Vineyards.GRAPES: Chenin.AGING: Madura on the lees for 2 months in stainless steel tanks.PREPARATION: The grapes are harvested by hand, and then are destemmed, followed by cold maceration of the skins for 12 hours, then make gentle pressing. Passes through a double fermentation in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 15 ° C.WINE PAIRING: Appetizers, seafood, risottos, stews, cheeses, vegetarian dishes and spicy.RIGHT SERVING TEMPERATURE: 8-10 ° CALCOHOL: 12.5%”
“Clarksburg has long been known as a remarkable place to grow Chenin Blanc. Crisp and refreshing, this wine begins with a surprising touch of fresh anise on the nose. Richer flavours of stone fruits like peaches and apricots balance the mouthfeel, while the soft and supple texture integrates the palate all the way through the honeyed finish.”
“I bought the Bogle Vineyards Chenin Blanc in the wine cellar.
I thought that the Bogle Vineyards Chenin Blanc had a very light colour. The Bogle Vineyards Chenin Blanc's aromas reminded me of mango, banana and pear. One of the softer wines of California (region).”