Full Review

Bogle

Bogle
2016 Phantom, Chardonnay, Clarksburg

Pair this wine with:
Chicken Shellfish

Category: Chardonnay

Date Tasted:
Country: USA
Alcohol: 14.5% RS: .63%
88 Points
Silver Medal
Highly Recommended
$20

Bogle
2016 Phantom, Chardonnay, Clarksburg

Pair this wine with:
Chicken Shellfish

Category: Chardonnay

Date Tasted:
Country: USA
Alcohol: 14.5% RS: .63%
Yellow straw color. Aromas of lime pop, coconut cereal, cinnamon-molasses syrup, buttered french toast, and vanilla steamed milk with a satiny, bright, fruity sweet light body and a smooth, brisk orange peel finish with a suggestion of oak flavor. A spicy new world vanilla bomb.

Tasting Info

Wine Glass Style: Quaffable
Aroma Aroma: lime pop, coconut cereal, cinnamon-molasses syrup, buttered French toast, and vanilla steamed milk
Taste Flavor: orange peel
Sweetness Sweetness: Fruity Sweet
Enjoy Enjoy: Now with food
Recipes Pairing: Thai Green Curry, Roasted Chicken, Boiled Lobster
Bottom Line Bottom Line: A spicy new world vanilla bomb.

The Producer

Bogle Vineyards, Inc.

The Producer
37783 County Rd 144
Clarksburg, CA 95612
USA
1 916-744-1139

Their Portfolio

88 Bogle 2014 Pinot Noir, California 13.5% (USA) $12.00.
91 Bogle 2014 Petite Sirah, California 13.5% (USA) $12.00.
88 Bogle 2014 Essential Red, California 13.5% (USA) $12.00.
88 Bogle 2016 Chardonnay, California 13.5% (USA) $9.00.
84 Bogle 2015 Merlot, California 13.5% (USA) $9.00.
85 Bogle 2016 Sauvignon Blanc, California 13.5% (USA) $9.00.
90 Bogle 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, California 13.5% (USA) $11.00.
90 Bogle 2015 Petite Sirah, California 13.5% (USA) $11.00.
90 Bogle 2014 Phantom, California 14.5% (USA) $18.00.
89 Bogle 2015 Old Vine, Zinfandel, California 14.5% (USA) $11.00.
88 Bogle 2015 Old Vine Essential Red Blend, California 13.5% (USA) $11.00.
90 Bogle 2014 Phantom Red, California 14.5% (USA) $18.00.
89 Bogle 2015 Merlot, California 13.5% (USA) $.00.
86 Bogle 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, California 13.5% (USA) $11.00.
89 Bogle 2016 Sauvignon Blanc, California 13.5% (USA) $9.00.
87 Bogle 2016 Chardonnay, California 13.5% (USA) $9.00.
86 Bogle 2015 Petite Sirah, California 13.5% (USA) $11.00.
88 Bogle 2015 Old Vine, Zinfandel, California 14.5% (USA) $11.00.
90 Bogle 2015 Old Vine Essential Red, California 13.5% (USA) $11.00.
87 Bogle 2015 Pinot Noir, California 13.5% (USA) $11.00.
85 Bogle 2014 Phantom Red Blend, California 14.5% (USA) $18.00.
88 Bogle 2016 Phantom, Chardonnay, Clarksburg 14.5% (USA) $18.00.
88 Bogle 2017 Chardonnay, California 13.5% (USA) $10.00.
86 Bogle 2016 Merlot, California 14% (USA) $10.00.
86 Bogle 2017 Sauvignon Blanc, California 13.5% (USA) $10.00.
87 Bogle 2015 Old Vine Essential Red Blend, California 13.5% (USA) $12.00.
90 Bogle 2016 Petite Sirah, California 14% (USA) $12.00.
84 Bogle 2015 Pinot Noir, California 13.5% (USA) $12.00.
85 Bogle 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, California 13.5% (USA) $12.00.
85 Bogle 2016 Old Vine, Zinfandel, California 14.5% (USA) $12.00.
88 Bogle 2016 Phantom, Chardonnay, Clarksburg 14.5% (USA) $20.00.
91 Bogle 2014 Phantom Red Blend, California 14.5% (USA) $20.00.
85 Bogle 2016 Merlot, California 14% (USA) $10.00.
88 Bogle 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, California 13.5% (USA) $12.00.
93 Bogle 2016 50th Anniversary Reserve, Petite Sirah, Clarksburg 15% (USA) $42.00.
90 Bogle 2017 Phantom, Chardonnay, Clarksburg 14.5% (USA) $20.00.
89 Bogle 2017 Chardonnay, California 14% (USA) $10.00.
89 Bogle 2015 Phantom Red Blend, California 14.5% (USA) $20.00.
90 Bogle 2016 Essential Red Blend, California 14% (USA) $12.00.
85 Bogle 2016 Petite Sirah, California 14% (USA) $12.00.
88 Bogle 2016 Pinot Noir, California 14% (USA) $12.00.
86 Bogle 2016 Old Vine, Zinfandel, California 14.5% (USA) $12.00.
90 Bogle 2016 Essential Red Blend, Zinfandel, California 14% (USA) $12.00.
90 Bogle 2016 Petite Sirah, California 14% (USA) $12.00.
82 Bogle 2018 Rosé, California 13% (USA) $13.00.
91 Phantom 2013 Dark Red Blend, California 14.5% (USA) $18.00.

Chardonnay

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Serve in a White Wine Glass
Chardonnay is arguably the world’s most famous white variety, thanks to its success in France’s Burgundy region as well as throughout much of California. Chardonnay on its own has rather straightforward, pleasant aromas of apple and pear, but when aged (and sometimes fermented) in small oak barrels, the wines take on extra richness as well as notes of toasted almond, vanilla and yeast.

The most renowned examples of Chardonnay are from small villages and vineyards in Burgundy, such as Chassagne-Montrachet, Puligny-Montrachet and Meursault. These wines are very powerful with ample spicy notes and very good acidity; they age very well, sometimes as long as 20-25 years. Another part of Burgundy, Chablis, is home to more restrained style of Chardonnay. Certain areas of California, especially Russian River Valley in Sonoma and Santa Barbara County are also home to many distinguished examples of Chardonnay, with those from the latter region often displaying tropical fruit flavors.

Given that most Chardonnnays are aged in small oak barrels, there has been a movement as of late to give consumers a mored delicate style of Chardonnay, without all the spicy and toasty flavors. Thus there are now many producers that produce non-oak aged Chardonnays; this has been seen from many producers from Australia as well as a few in California as well.

Chardonnay, especially oak-aged versions, are quite rich and need seafood of equal richness at the dinner table. Thus lobster, halibut and swordfish are ideal food pairings.