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Baron Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1729898
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Baron Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 750ml

Baron Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon

In the glass, dark garnet with significant browning around the edges. The nose is dominated by vegetal notes against a background of smoky oak. On the palate, cooked vegetables, raisin, prune, and dirt. Full bodied with a thick, syrupy mouthfeel and a long prune finish.

With aromas of blackberry and mild oak, this is a full-bodied, rich wine of unmistakable depth and elegance. Layers of berry, currant, and anise flavors linger on the finish.

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.

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Baron Herzog Baron Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon 2010
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
In the glass, dark garnet with significant browning around the edges. The nose is dominated by vegetal notes against a background of smoky oak. On the palate, cooked vegetables, raisin, prune, and dirt. Full bodied with a thick, syrupy mouthfeel and a long prune finish.
 

Notes on the Baron Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon 750ML 2010

Tasting Notes With aromas of blackberry and mild oak, this is a full-bodied, rich wine of unmistakable depth and elegance. Layers of berry, currant, and anise flavors linger on the finish.

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.

Food Pairing Cheeses/ Pizza, Meat, Veal & Chicken