Herzog Wine Cellars

Herzog Wine Cellars

The Jewish people have a special relationship to wine that predates even the Romans and Greeks. For the ancient Jews, whose temple in Jerusalem was renowned throughout the fledgling civilizations of the Middle East, wine played an important role in religious ritual.


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.

10am - 5pm Daily
Yes - on-line orders as well
Required for groups of 6 or more taking a tour
Self-guided. Also, guided tours for groups of 6 or more. Offered with a tasting for $10 per person

3201 Camino Del Sol
Oxnard, CA 93030
Phone: (805)983-1775
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Baron Herzog Wine Cellars: Syrah/Shiraz Lodi 2005
Baron Herzog Wine Cellars: Syrah/Shiraz Lodi 2005
Like most Syrahs, this offering from Herzog Wine Cellars is big, but it has a surprisingly smooth mid and finish which gives it an advantage over other, more harsh Syrahs.

Baron Herzog Wine Cellars: Jeunesse Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
Baron Herzog Wine Cellars: Jeunesse Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
This offering is intentionally off the beaten path. It is a very young, and playful Cabernet Sauvignon that exhibits both semi-dry and sweet notes. The name "Juenesse" is French for youthful, flavorful and fun.


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