gle is soft enough to go with a vast range of dishes. Its ripe blueberry and blackberry fruit is luscious and compelling.
tons of good write-ups; try 3
As suspected we love it, great qpr.
could be an everyday wine.
Softer than the smoothest velvet, very pleasing finish on the palate. It's totally amazing a liquid can feel that textural. Reminds me of the old Calvert Whiskey commercials "Softer that a kiss". This one's a definate "keeper". Stands on its own and pairs well with many dishes.
A Petite with a Huge taste
One of my favorite wines. Better than many reds at twice the price. Smooth and fruity--an adventure for the palate.
A red to get non-red drinkers to, well, try reds
I have been exploring the different varieties of red wines for the past few months and have found myself falling in love with Sirahs. One evening, when I went to Justin's on Lark St. for dinner, I tried a glass of Bogle Petite Sirah and fell head over heals! The texture was smooth and velvety, the flavor was fruity and earthy, and the body was full and warm. Since then, I have brought this wine to parties and it has received many compliments. Even a friend of mine who is not a big wine drinker enjoyed it, because it is so flavorful yet surprisingly gentle. Anyone who has had a disappointing experience tasting red wine or thinks that all red wines are harsh and drying needs to try this wine. They will be convinced otherwise!
Unbeatable Petite Sirah for under $ 10
I love the dark red wines with a full taste. This is one of my two favourite red wines under $ 10. The other one is the Wyndham Estates bin 555 Shiraz, but I like the Petite Sirah even better. Tastes great now but should be even better after a couple of years.
Excellent for a first time buyer
Excellent for a first time buyer!
A Petite Sirah is different from your other reds, it has a medium / full body, color is amazing, and the bouquet is unbelievable. The value for this wine is excellent. Someone looking to try something a little different this is it! This wine reminds me of old school with my dad!
The 2006 vintage was very good from the first sniff to the last of the long finish. Typical Sirah flavors that were mouth-filling and lingering. Not to be confused with the big Ausie wines that you have to scrape off your palate but very good in its own right.
A Bargain Petite Syrah to keep around the house
Everybody likes it; very consistent from year to year; Bogle overall has good value wines
Lots of body, lots of fruit. Nice finish. Very very good value for the money!!!
For some reason I have been avoiding Bogle Vineyards, but found this wine to be exceptional. Deep color and flavors, better than many wines I've paid twice the price for. Will definitely buy again.
the texture is as fine as the taste
by Cliff & Susan
a deep color hints at the complexity of flavors - but i enjoy letting it lay on the tongue - the velvet texture is unique - an extraordinary experience at an affordable price!
Balanced medium bodied wine with ripe tannins.
Very drinkable now.
For the price I don't think you can find a better bottle. This is as good as you can possibly get for under $20.
by Mike Ott
Lots of fruit, blackberries, cherries
Great everyday wine!
One of my favorites for pasta or pizza!
Good, slightly spicy
a bit agressive in the nose
Pretty good flavor, finish is kinda wierd though. Fairly enjoyable, I'm just not in love with it.
Perhaps I expected too much from this wine, but I was not overly impressed. It was not bad at all, just did not knock my socks off like I had expected.
I am trying all different petites. This one is not good. Even the crane lake was better