Bogle’s 2008 Chardonnay is a hand-crafted wine
that has a little bit of something for everyone: barrel
fermentation, sur-lies aging and partial malolactic
fermentation. These careful processes create a wine
with layers of complexity and generous character.
Distinctively Chardonnay from the Clarksburg
appellation, the aromatics shine of Bartlett pear and
saucy apple. Mid palate, the texture shows off its silky,
soft nature, allowing the creamy notes to envelop the
fruit. New American oak adds nutmeg, vanilla and
a hint of butterscotch to the finish, though never
losing its perfectly balanced acidity.
Wine Spectator Rating:87 Points
Wine Enthusiast Rating:86 Points