The Buena Vista Vinicultural Society, formed in 1863 by the winery's founder, Count Agoston Haraszthy, to further improve its winemaking prowess and expand its vineyards, has been restored as a collection of unique, small-production wines that honor the winery's pioneering spirit and contribution to California winemaking.
The Vinicultural Society explores clonal selections, varietals and the incredible terroir of Sonoma County. Named for Count Haraszthy's son who managed Buena Vista Winery with his father.
Our 2014 Attila’s Selection Zinfandel opens with aromas of plum, blackberry and hints of pepper. Rich, round flavors of strawberry, mocha and caramel softly spread across the palate with good density and an intense, long finish.
Named for Count Haraszthy’s son who managed Buena Vista Winery with his father, Attila’s Selection Zinfandel was sourced from vineyards was sourced from vineyards in the warmer region of Sonoma Valley as well as in the Russian River where the days are warm and the nights are cool, the perfect growing conditions for Zinfandel – a varietal The Count helped make prominent in America.