Bogle Vineyards

California Petite Sirah

8.81278 ratings
9.010 pro ratings
California, USA
Petite Sirah
Tomato-Based, Lamb, Potato, White Rice, Pungent Cheese, Pasta, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Salami & Prosciutto, Beef, Chili & Hot Spicy, Mushrooms, Hard Cheese, Pork, Venison
Top Notes For
Tyler Ahlfeldt

Excellent P. Sirah. Nice jammy flavor with a blackberry nose. Bold but not arrogant.

Excellent P. Sirah. Nice jammy flavor with a blackberry nose. Bold but not arrogant.

8 people found it helpfulOct 22nd, 2013
Richard Gallagher

Good at home wine, not too pricey and great flavor!

Good at home wine, not too pricey and great flavor!

7 people found it helpfulAug 3rd, 2014
Chris Harvey

#wejammin one of my favorite grocery bottles #iwannajamitwithyou

#wejammin one of my favorite grocery bottles #iwannajamitwithyou

5 people found it helpfulJan 1st, 2015
Michael P

Decent wine at a very affordable price

Decent wine at a very affordable price

4 people found it helpfulJan 30th, 2015
Michael Geyer

In my opinion, this is the best moderately priced petite sirah on the market. You can't lose with this wine!

In my opinion, this is the best moderately priced petite sirah on the market. You can't lose with this wine!

4 people found it helpfulOct 19th, 2014
Brianna Petersen

A little closed. Fairly aromatic and fruit forward. Easy drinking.

A little closed. Fairly aromatic and fruit forward. Easy drinking.

3 people found it helpfulNov 26th, 2014
Jaiwilzon Roaquin

Not bad for a 9$ wine. With a little tart and little sweetness good for beginner wine drinker

Not bad for a 9$ wine. With a little tart and little sweetness good for beginner wine drinker

1 person found it helpfulNov 23rd, 2017
Brian Ager

Nicely aromatic on the nose and full bodied on the pallate with prodiment flavors of blueberry jam along with black tea and hints of cocoa from the 14 months spent in American oak. Med-high tannins helped this pair extraordinary well with sage brown butter strip steaks and roasted garlic potatoes. Finally, worth noting that this wine was as good (if not better) on day two! ($9) [9/22/17]

Nicely aromatic on the nose and full bodied on the pallate with prodiment flavors of blueberry jam along with black tea and hints of cocoa from the 14 months spent in American oak. Med-high tannins helped this pair extraordinary well with sage brown butter strip steaks and roasted garlic potatoes. Finally, worth noting that this wine was as good (if not better) on day two! ($9) [9/22/17]

1 person found it helpfulSep 23rd, 2017
Rajkaran Sachdej

Musky and floral nose. Deep ruby color. Soft and dark/tobacco and woody spice (cinnamon?) at the front and nice juicy red plum finish that doesn't sit on the tongue too long. Just sweet enough and easy drinking. Medium body. Medium-high tannins. Great on own. Would go well with chicken or duck, I imagine. Would buy again.

Musky and floral nose. Deep ruby color. Soft and dark/tobacco and woody spice (cinnamon?) at the front and nice juicy red plum finish that doesn't sit on the tongue too long. Just sweet enough and easy drinking. Medium body. Medium-high tannins. Great on own. Would go well with chicken or duck, I imagine. Would buy again.

1 person found it helpfulMay 15th, 2017
Jason Duff

Best $10 wine on the market. Buttery, smooth.

Best $10 wine on the market. Buttery, smooth.

1 person found it helpfulFeb 1st, 2017