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Bogle Merlot

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Big & Bold Merlot

California, United States

Body

Medium

Sweet-Dry Scale

Dry

Tasting Notes

Red Fruit

Red Fruit

Rich

Tobacco

Anise

ABV

13.5%

Food Pairing

Cured Meats, Tomatoes


Product description

On the nose, notes of tea leaf, cherry cola and earth tones add richness and depth to the first impression of the wine. Bright cherry, red currant and ripe fig mingle with toasty herbal tones, all combining to create a silky and smooth mouthfeel. To perfectly compliment the fruit, the wine was aged in American oak for 12 months, creating firm tannins that balance the supple and lingering finish.

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  • Shantel
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    I love dry wine and I figured, I try this one out. I’m in love.

  • Sky Shine B.
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    Can't go wrong perfect for any social gathering

  • Cornelius M.
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    Excellent value and taste

  • Charles B.
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    Just a great Merlot for the money. Pleasant with dinner and great to slowly sip.

  • RAUL J.
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    good

  • Michael K.
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    Awesome. Smoothest Merlot I’ve had. And inexpensive. Only Merlot I will drink.

  • Patricia A.
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    My favorite casual Merlot.

  • Tim
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    This is my 'go-to' merlot. It's smooth and rich, yet not too dry with a medium body. Very drinkable.

  • Mehgan R.
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    A go-to for rat owners.

  • JamieM
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    I’ve loved this wine for well more than a decade. Big, bold, fruity, consistent, and unpretentious. It’s a “working class” red in the best sense of the term. Here’s hoping they keep making it for years to come.