2010 Hirsch Vineyard, Pinot Noir, Somona Coast


Press and Tasting Notes

Red-black color of velvet brocade define the Hirsch Vineyard Sonoma Pinot Noir. Intense aromas of dark cherry, briar, black pepper and expresso. A palate as wide as the Mississippi: a pleasing minerality, and flavors of black fruit, smoke, and leather; tannins are ripe and integrated typical of this locale.



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