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Southern California's Premier Food & Wine
Event is Coming Back to Los Angeles!
You are invited to join Herzog Wine Cellars in celebrating the latest imported wines and nationally recognized cuisine at the 2013 International Food & Wine Festival! This is THE EVENT for experiencing a massive selection of imported wines and unbelievable cuisine prepared onsite by the chefs of Tierra Sur.
Last year, the IFWF event featured more than 225 different wines from nearly every major wine producing country around the world. This year we are bringing even more wines to Los Angeles from France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Israel, Argentina, New Zealand, Australia and the United States:
Alfasi - Barkan - Baron Rothschild - Bartenura - Binyamina - Bokobsa - Capçanes - Carmel - Casa de Corça - Chateau Leoville Poyferré - Chateau Pontet Canet - Chateau Malartic La Graviere - Elvi - Domaine du Castel - Domaine Netofa - Drappier - Flechas de los Andes - Gamla - Goose Bay - Harkham - Herzog Selection - Herzog Wine Cellars - Louis Royer - Morad - Pacifica - Psagot - Shiloh - Tomintoul - Walders - Weinstock Cellars & MORE!
Taste the very latest bottlings from these producers and meet the winemakers behind them - all in one place, for one day only!
In addition to the impressive line up of wines and spirits, attendees will be treated to a mouth-watering selection of gourmet delicacies prepared by Chef Gabriel Garcia of Tierra Sur Restaurant, Zagat's highest rated restaurant in a 40 mile radius! Don’t miss this unique opportunity to sample flavors from around the world and satisfy your taste for elegance!
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Herzog Wine Cellars
California-based Herzog Wine Cellars is a division of Royal Wine Corporation, a family-owned company and one of the largest producers of kosher wines in North America. Specializing in sustainable viniculture, Herzog offers more than 25 grape varieties in its award-wining wines, including brands like Baron Herzog and Jeunesse. The craftsmanship of Herzog wines is attributed to a 150-year legacy of wine making, passed down for nine generations from Czechoslovakia to the United States and now led by Herzog’s head winemaker, Joe Hurliman. To learn more about Herzog, connect on Facebook or visit herzogwinecellars.com.