2010 Hirsch - Pinot Noir San Andreas 1.5L

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2010 Hirsch - Pinot Noir San Andreas
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International Wine Cellar | 91

Vivid red. Smoke- and spice-accented aromas of black raspberry, anise and incense. Shows assertive inner-mouth perfume and sweet red and dark berry character, along with a note of candied rose. Closes tight, tangy and long, with a resinous herb quality and silky tannins.

Author: Josh Raynolds
Issue: Issue 168

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purely domestic wine report | 92

The aromas are nicely focused, vanilla-laced red raspberry, sour cherry, graphite and herb. The palate is nicely focused, lush around the edges with a delicate, soft core of fruit, sassafras and raspberry. The finish offers a lush velvety texture with delicate lilac polish.

Drink Dates: 2012-2018
Author: Doug Wilder


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Score: 91
Author: Todd W59
Trust Rating: 100
Tasted On: 06/20/2014
Drink Dates: 2014-2018
Popped and poured. Brilliant, deep ruby color. Lots of sweet, red fruit on the nose. Rich flavors of sour cherry and rhubarb (?). As expected, this is a modern style Pinot that relies more on fruit than on structure. Enjoyable, especially with our marinated and grilled salmon.
More Vintages and Sizes of Hirsch - Pinot Noir San Andreas:

2011 (750ml)

About This Producer


David Hirsch is a pioneer of pinot growing on the rugged Sonoma Coast. He planted his Old Vineyard on an ocean vista ridge-top in 1980 and sold his premium pinot and chardonnay in the decades that followed, building a reputation of excellence. Focus has always been site-specific, with wines made to highlight the uniqueness of the Sonoma Coast. In 2002 David and his wife Marie began their own winery in order to explore for themselves the possibilities of their Wine Spectator-dubbed a grand cru site, which had grown considerably from the original plantings. The production of their Estate wines is now beginning to expand, but remains limited. They also make a second wine called Bohan-Dillon, named for their road.

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