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2011 Hirsch Vineyard, "The Bohan-Dillon" Pinot Noir, Sonoma
Press and Tasting Notes
On the nose, bright but restrained fruit with notes of hibiscus, spices and forest floor. High-toned red plum and raspberry fruit is tempered by pleasant notes of earth, orange peel and wet stones. The palate is generous and juicy, with long, sensual tannins and a lacy, lithe acidity. Compact, dense, elegant and possessing great structure
A Merchant's Pick
Perched high on a ridge overlooking the Pacific Ocean lies Hirsch Vineyards, home to some of California's finest Pinot Noir.
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