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Baron Herzog Champagne Brut

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1282021
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Baron Herzog Champagne Brut 750ml

Baron Herzog Champagne Brut

This sparkling wine is made from wines produced in California and New York. It has been fermented with special Champagne yeast and given extended contact to enhance the complexity of the wine. It has the aromatic notes of the New York fruit and the lighter, more elegant tones contributed by the fruit from California.

In 1985, the Herzog family decided to expand their winemaking operations to California, where they make wine under two separate labels: Baron Herzog and Herzog Wine Cellars. After twenty years of renting space in various wineries, the family was finally able to build its own state-of-the-art winery just south of Santa Barbara, in the town of Oxnard. Here, under the supervision of head winemaker Joe Hurliman, Herzog Wine Cellars has created a center for high-end contemporarywinemaking in a tradition that dates back nearly six centuries.

The Herzog family trace their winemaking origins back to Philip Herzog, who made wine in Slovakia for the Austro-Hungarian court more than a century ago. Philip’s wines were so appreciated by Emperor Franz-Josef, that the emperor made Philip a baron. The Baron Herzog wines—a line of premium, yet moderately priced California varietals—are named to commemorate the honor. In 1985, the Herzog family decided to expand their winemaking operations to California, where they make wine under two separate labels: Baron Herzog and Herzog Special Reserve. After twenty years of renting space in various wineries, the family was finally able to build its own state-of-the-art winery just south of Santa Barbara, in the town of Oxnard. After extensive planning, the winery opened to the public in July of 2005. The breathtaking 77,000 square foot facility houses complete production facilities, a tasting room, private event space, self-guided tour, and a fine dining restaurant, Tierra Sur.

bighark
12/13/13 6:18 AM JOINED 12/13/13
I want to purchase a good champagne for New Years Eve for my wife and I but I am price conscience. Could you offer any suggestions not too sweet but not too dry. My wife loves Red Stag and I prefer Jim Beam Green as a favorite. Since this is for her can you please offer me some help.
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bighark
12/13/13 6:13 AM JOINED 12/13/13
I want to purchase a good champagne for New Years Eve for my wife and I but I am price conscience. Could you offer any suggestions not too sweet but not dry.

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Baron Herzog Baron Herzog Champagne Brut
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
This sparkling wine is made from wines produced in California and New York. It has been fermented with special Champagne yeast and given extended contact to enhance the complexity of the wine. It has the aromatic notes of the New York fruit and the lighter, more elegant tones contributed by the fruit from California.
 

Notes on the Baron Herzog Champagne Brut 750ML

Technical Notes In 1985, the Herzog family decided to expand their winemaking operations to California, where they make wine under two separate labels: Baron Herzog and Herzog Wine Cellars. After twenty years of renting space in various wineries, the family was finally able to build its own state-of-the-art winery just south of Santa Barbara, in the town of Oxnard. Here, under the supervision of head winemaker Joe Hurliman, Herzog Wine Cellars has created a center for high-end contemporarywinemaking in a tradition that dates back nearly six centuries.

The Herzog family trace their winemaking origins back to Philip Herzog, who made wine in Slovakia for the Austro-Hungarian court more than a century ago. Philip’s wines were so appreciated by Emperor Franz-Josef, that the emperor made Philip a baron. The Baron Herzog wines—a line of premium, yet moderately priced California varietals—are named to commemorate the honor. In 1985, the Herzog family decided to expand their winemaking operations to California, where they make wine under two separate labels: Baron Herzog and Herzog Special Reserve. After twenty years of renting space in various wineries, the family was finally able to build its own state-of-the-art winery just south of Santa Barbara, in the town of Oxnard. After extensive planning, the winery opened to the public in July of 2005. The breathtaking 77,000 square foot facility houses complete production facilities, a tasting room, private event space, self-guided tour, and a fine dining restaurant, Tierra Sur.