Santa Barbara Countyâ€™s Ojai Valley is a rare growing region that has recently been confirmed as one of the most fertile and biologically diverse in California. This beautiful habitat is home to the small, award-winning winery of Sagebrush Annieâ€™s, which strictly produces Cabernet Sauvignon from the best grapes Santa Barbara County has to offer. Proprietor Larry Hogan planted the valleyâ€™s first forty-acre commercial vineyard in 1982 and harvested the first wine grapes there in 1985, making him one of the true pioneers of this countyâ€™s wine industry. Sagebrush Annieâ€™s is a popular name for more reasons that wine, itâ€™s also the name of the distinguished rustic restaurant Hogan owns and operates with his wife, Karina. Located 50 miles north of Ojai, Sagebrush Annieâ€™s is in the heart of this region of premium vineyards residing along the backcountry border between Santa Barbara and Ventura counties. Larry and Karina Hogan not only offer nightly weekend dining, but also grow and tend the grapes that produce the critically acclaimed Sagebrush Annieâ€™s Cabernet Sauvignons. Truly a hands on operation all the way, Sagebrush Annieâ€™s is the product of years of research, experimentation and a continuous overdose of serious, heartfelt work.
Sagebrush Annie's - Santa Barbara County
Platinum Plus Selection - Two Gold Medals
- Sagebrush Annie's2003 Cabernet Sauvignon
- Santa Barbara County
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