[Holiday Season Offer] Borgle Christmas Set (6 bottle(s))

[Holiday Season Offer] Borgle Christmas Set

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Bogle Vineyards was awarded this year's Wine Enthusiast's American Winery of the Year for their outstanding product quality and contribution to society.
This is a must-buy set of five wines from Bogle Vineyards and one Rack & Riddle's sparkling wine which is made by méthode champenoise. 

Holiday Season Special Offer: 13,000yen (28%off from retail price)

6 bottle(s) ¥ 13,000 Sold Out

Included in this set

1 x Rack & Riddle Blanc de Noirs NV

Brioche and a hint of berry, with bright citrus in the aromas. The fine mousse brings along these notes in the mouth. Lingering finish of citrus that begs for another taste.

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1 x Bogle Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc 2017

Vibrant and bursting with flavor, Bogle winemakers practice reductive winemaking techniques and cold fermentation in stainless steel tanks to create a traditionally-styled sauvignon blanc. Freshly mowed grass and green citrus notes permeate the aromas of this wine, followed by juicy limes on the entry. Hints of passion fruit offer a touch of softness in the mid-palate. Refreshing and lively, from first sip to crisp finish, this wine makes your mouth water for more!

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1 x Bogle Vineyards Reserve Chardonnay 2017

This vintage's Reserve Chardonnay is classic with Clarksburg flavors of apples, pears and chrisp acidity.  After a gentle whole cluster press, the Chardonnay was allowed to ferment in brand new American oak barrels. Once fermentation was complete, a second malolactic fermentation was initiated, creating the richness and buttery flavor that our Reserve Chardonnay has come to be known for. Aged in that same barrel for 16 months, the wine was hand stirred twice a month to increase lees contact, heightening the silky viscous texture. The finished wine is rich and complex, yet still mouthwatering and ripe with fruit. Spicy Asian pear and toasted spices greet the palate, while the finish is soft and luscious and full of vanilla, butterscotch, clove and nutmeg.

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1 x Bogle Vineyards Merlot 2016

Gorgeous in the glass, the deeply colored wineentices with aromatics of black cherry, pipe tobacco and sweet anise. The lively entry is fullof rich red fruits of cherries, plums and a touch of cola, and the plush middle caresses with a silky and smooth mouthfeel. An unexpected pop of acidity surprises the palate just before notes of baking spices and mocha lead to a soft and lingering finish.

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1 x Bogle Vineyards Old Vine Zinfandel 2016

Head-trained, dry farmed vines are prized for their production of small, concentrated clusters of grapes that produce incredibly rich and intense wines. For years, Bogle has sought out these gnarly old vines to create our Old Vine Zinfandel. Cedar, juniper berry and sweet dried herbs greet the nose of this wine, while focused flavors of dried plums, cranberries and cherries sink into a decadent, plush mouthfeel. Saturated and dense, the wine finishes with touches of licorice and spicy oak from the 12 months in 2 year-old American oak barrels.

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1 x Bogle Vineyards Reverence 2015

Born in the elevated vineyards of the Sierra Nevada foothills, this Bordeaux style blend has been classically handcrafted to showcase the concentration and complexity of these hillside vines. The very best fields of our Merlot, Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot have been selected to create Reverence, an homage to the generations who have come before us. Black cherry and spicy plum aromas are complimented by flavors of tobacco leaf and black pepper. Aged in French and American oak barrels for 28 months, an interwoven composition of nuance and finesse abounds; with American oak delivering spicy clove, while the French oak imparting vanilla, confection and cherry cola. Meanwhile, the aging process has softened the tannins in these hillside vineyards to create an approachable, balanced wine with enough structure to age well into the next decade.

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