• Cheryl Therrien

    Here I go again… I like the label. When you can’t drink the wine, you admire the labels. LOL 🙂

    • The reason for the label is an interesting story all by itself Cheryl. I am saving that for a future post at another time. 🙂

  • Jamie

    I love the name… We will definitely have to get together for some wine tasting when I move north at the end of the month! =)

    • I would love that Jamie. We will need to make that a plan. 🙂

  • Debra Yearwood

    This is an excellent wine, I’ve never had a bad bottle. Now that the weather is cooling down all my old favourites are looking appealing again. 🙂

    • Hi Debra, I do enjoy this vintner and what they create. It also helps that they are very local to me. 🙂

  • Catarina Alexon

    Sounds delicious, Susan. Have a feeling it has a good boquete.

    • It does have a great bouquet Catarina. I think you would enjoy this wine. 🙂

  • Jeri Walker-Bickett

    I’ve picked this one up from time to time and definitely agree that it’s a great value.

    • I agree Jeri. It also helps that the winery is JUST down the road for where I live. 🙂

  • Sounds like a wine to try Susan and I like the label.

    • It’s a fun wine for sure Susan. The label only add to the fun. 🙂

  • Jon Jefferson

    It’s good to see that they decided to keep some of their grapes for themselves. It can make a difference n the finished wine when the grapes don’t have to travel too far.

    • I agree Jon. Many times wine grapes are grown one place and ship to another to be processed. 🙂

  • doreenpendgracs

    Susan, I am SO looking forward to discovering some of these amazing CA wines with you IN PERSON in just a few weeks! You are so fortunate to live in an area that is bursting with abundance when it comes to culinary delights. Does wine fit under the culinary umbrella, or is there another adjective I should be using? See you soon!

    • I feel very fortunate to living where I do Doreen. There is so much to explore and experience. I love it. I too am looking forward to your visit. It will be fun to show you some of the places I have written about. 🙂

  • Adrienne

    I bet it’s so cool to live where you do Susan. When my brother lived in California for a short time we did go winery hopping one weekend and that was so much fun. Just tasting all the different wines they had was amazing.

    I love the story you shared of their history, so fascinating.

    This one sounds pretty good too. My goodness, I better quit reading this reviews or I’m going to go broke. lol…

    Great job Susan, thanks.


    • It really is Adrienne, We have some pretty amzing vintners with in a very short distance of where we live. Living here does offer some great advantages. I am so glad you enjoyed the history. I love hearing there stories.

      I would say that is time for a glass for you… LOL. 🙂

  • Carol Covin

    Thanks for the history. We have friends named Bogle, so always get them this wine.

    • That is very cool Carol. I do love the history of the different vintners. 🙂

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    Such a lovely discription of the Bogle Winery Cabernet Sauvignon. Did you do anything special to the green beans you had with it? Trying to get ideas for Thanksgiving 🙂

    • Thanks Krystle, I do like this wine and the fact that is just down the ros is even better. Regarding the green beans; I sautéed them in butter and added slivered almonds to them, so good. 🙂

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  • Jacqueline Gum

    Fascinating history! And I am so happy you introduced me to Bogle Winery Cabernet Sauvignon as I have just met a new friend who favors Cabs! Thank you!

  • I first tried Bogle Wines because of posts you’ve done about other varieties. I liked the others I tried (Petite Syrah e.g.). I like Cabernets and would give this a try. I would have liked to visit this winery when we were in California this spring but we didn’t have enough time and it wasn’t close enough to where we were staying. Another reason to visit again.

  • It’s so wonderful that Bogle Winery decendents were able to make a success out of the business. It warms my heart to think of a family carrying on the traditions of their ancestors.

    I grow Concord grapes and love the fact that I don’t need to plant it each year. One less thing to do in the garden. 🙂 Thanks for sharing.