The site notes the name origin (just for fun): bogle \bõ’g∂l\ n. [Scots, perhaps from Welsh] A goblin; a specter; a phantom; a bogy, boggart or bugbear.
Winemaker's note on this 2013 blend:Brick red and deep purple in the glass, with enticing aromatics of dried plums, black cherry jam and a hint of vanilla incense. One sip unveils flavors of blackberry, dark chocolate and licorice. Smooth on the finish with bracing tannins and lingering notes of blueberry and spice. Boneshaker’s full body is a great pairing for meaty chuck chili, grilled pork belly or a juicy mushroom hamburger. Varietal Composition: 88% Zinfandel, 10% Petite Sirah, and 2% Cabernet Sauvignon
2014 Red BlendIntensity resides within each pour of this blend. The bright hues of dark berry fruits shine as the strong vanilla aroma rises from the glass. Flavors of chocolate and cedar spice are accomplices in a finish that is soft, fruity, and fresh.
Remarkably smooth too! ~ me.
Hmm, wonder what the deal was about impersonating an Egyptian (#5) ?! http://19crimes.com/
The things you learn while enjoying wine!