Husic Vineyards in the Press
The 2018 Husic Napa Valley Cabernet is absolutely fabulous in this vintage. This instantly begins to impress with its wonderful aromatics of ripe blackberries, dark cherries and dark currants, which are accented by graphite, loam, spices, violets and sweet baking spices. On the palate this possesses a gorgeous full body that is beautifully structured and polished. It goes on to display outstanding concentration ending with a long, supple finish. This is extremely attractive today, especially with a few hours of air contact, that being said, this should also evolve gracefully and have a wonderful future ahead.
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The Mohawk House, in partnership with Sussex County Freeholder Joshua Hertzberg, Husic Wines, and preeminent butcher Pat LaFrieda, will be hosting a wine dinner at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 6, 2019, to benefit the newly created Youth Leadership Scholarship, offered by the Sparta VFW Post #7248.
“We’re thrilled to create this new scholarship,” Hertzberg said, “which will be awarded to a Sparta High School senior who exemplifies leadership and acts as a role model in our community.”
The Mohawk House has partnered with Husic Wines to hold benefit dinners in the past, but nothing on this scale.
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2016 Husic Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is a fantastic showing. It displays gorgeous aromatics of dark currants, crème de cassis, violets, spices, sagebrush, licorice and hints of earthy minerals all developing in the glass. On the palate this is full-bodied and voluptuous, with a gorgeous seamless texture backed by beautifully polished tannins that glide effortlessly into the long spice-tinged finish. This is drinking remarkably well now and should go on to offer a drinking window that spans well over a decade long.
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By Dave @ The Napa Wine Project
Husic Vineyards was founded by Frank and Julie Husic. Both met in 1994, purchased a 120 acre mostly hillside property partially located in the Stags Leap District the following year. Intrigued by prominent vineyard neighbors they began to inquire about planting their own vineyard.
By Wine Spectator
Robby Younes, wine director of Grand Award winner Restaurant Latour at Crystal Springs Resort in Hamburg, N.J. pairs roasted scallop with a shellfish dashi, black garlic, spring greens, and daylily bulbs with the 2013 Husic Chardonnay Napa Valley.
By Michael Hastings Winston-Salem Journal
He will be honored at the 102nd Annual Dinner Meeting of the Napa Farm Bureau. Read the entire story here.
WINELINES ONLINE reviews the Marche Bacchus Wine Dinner. Click here to view the Blog article.