Wine "Baron Herzog" Cabernet Sauvignon
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Reviews of purchase "Baron Herzog" Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine is a rich red color.
The taste of wine is rich, multilayered, with notes of blackberry, plum, black currant, vanilla and anise shades, balanced acidity and a long, pleasant aftertaste.
The intense aroma of wine is revealed by the tones of red and black berries (raspberries, blackberries, black currants), red fruits and nuances of oak.
The wine is well combined with dishes from beef, chicken, veal, and also with aged cheeses
"Baron Herzog" Cabernet Sauvignon is a rich, multifaceted, rich wine made from the Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grown in California on the Central Coast. After fermentation, the wine was aged 12 months in steel vats and French oak barrels. Like the rest of the Baron Herzog line, it is kosher and belongs to the category "mevushal". Its manufacture is controlled by rabbis from New York and Los Angeles - Weinberger and Teichman. "Baron Herzog" Cabernet Sauvignon is fine as a daily wine. It fits well with dishes from beef, veal, chicken meat, mature and seasoned cheeses.
The Herzog Winery is located in the state of California. Here, under the watchful eye of the chief winemaker Joe Harliman, premium quality wines are produced, meeting the intransigent standards of kosher surveillance and the traditions of the Herzog family. Grapes grown specifically for Herzog brand wines are selected from sites in the most popular areas of California. Only the best, ripe fruit is collected by hand and delivered to the winery. Of these, Joe Harliman creates inspirational beverages that are enjoyed around the world. The company's wines are divided into two lines: "Baron Herzog" and "Herzog".
The wine company Royal Wine , also known as Kedem, which produces and distributes spirits, was founded in the 1940s by the Pluzenik brothers, and since 1958 it has been run by the Herzog family. The Herzog family owned a winery in Czechoslovakia and was the exclusive wine supplier to the Emperor Franz Joseph, who granted one of the Herzog family members the title of Baron. The wines for the emperor were not necessarily kosher, but all the rest were produced under the complete control of kosher law. During the Second World War, the factory was captured by the Nazis. Eugene Herzog was able to immigrate to the United States in 1948. Living in New York, he began working for the Pluzenik brothers. Part of his salary was issued by the shares of the company. So by 1958 he became a majority shareholder, acquired the company in ownership and called it "Kedem".
Currently, the Royal Vine Company annually sells more than a million bottles of kosher wine and grape juice in sixteen countries. The wine bars "Baron Herzog" and "Kedem" Tea Biscuits are especially well known. In 1988, the company collaborated with the Rothschild family in creating their first kosher wine.