Just last week, Wine Spectator awarded Vogelzang Vineyards with an outstanding rating for two of their 2010 wines. The 2010 Sauvignon Blanc Reserve received 92 points, while the Birdsong Sauvignon Blanc received 91 points. Wine Spectator’s 100 point scale classifies wines in the 90-94 point range as “outstanding: a wine of superior character and style.” The 2010 Sauvignon Blanc Estate is now the highest rated Sauvignon Blanc in the country!
Winemaker Robbie Meyer blends the estate Sauvignon Blanc grapes with the Musque clone which offers floral spicy and tropical notes with a fuller body. His blends use wild yeast grains, giving the wines a wonderful aromatic note.
The 108-acre Vogelzang vineyard presents an incredible and unique opportunity to own an award-winning vineyard in an up-and-coming world-class wine region. Vogelzang rests at the heart of Happy Canyon, one of the first nationally recognized appellations in Santa Barbara County. With fantastic potential for an estate site, the property boasts plenty of space to build an expansive home and equestrian facilities alongside the vines. For more information, click here.