With a legacy of family farming since the mid-1800s,
Warren Bogle and son Chris planted their first 20-
acre vineyard in 1968, which has grown to 1,200
acres. Christopher Smith, director of winemaking,
used fruit from dry-farmed 40- to 80-year-old vines
located in Lodi and Amador County in this bottling.
Deep, layered aromas of dark berry and cherry with
hints of leather and spice; chocolate-covered cherry
on a juicy palate without over-the-top jamminess.