FEL Wines

Hirsch Vineyard Pinot Noir

9.023 ratings
9.03 pro ratings
Sonoma Coast, Sonoma County, California, USA
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Christopher Wisner

Wine Manager, American Wine & Spirits

9.3

Great acidity, nice texture. Fruit profile is a little ripe.

Great acidity, nice texture. Fruit profile is a little ripe.

Jan 14th, 2016
Thea Dwelle

Host Lusciouslushes.com

8.9

More earth, a bit closed. Bark, mushroom, clove

More earth, a bit closed. Bark, mushroom, clove

Jun 21st, 2014
Lede Family Wines

This 2012 Pinot Noir comes from the acclaimed Hirsch vineyard in the Fort Ross – Seaview region of the Sonoma Coast. The wine was aged 14 months in 62% new French oak barrels. 382 cases were made.

This 2012 Pinot Noir comes from the acclaimed Hirsch vineyard in the Fort Ross – Seaview region of the Sonoma Coast. The wine was aged 14 months in 62% new French oak barrels. 382 cases were made.

Feb 12th, 2015
Kelly Meyer

A very smooth Pinot Noir!

A very smooth Pinot Noir!

Jul 28th, 2016
RK Walker

I'm curious to know what these tannins will be like in a few more years. Lovely, but my least favorite in the tasting.

I'm curious to know what these tannins will be like in a few more years. Lovely, but my least favorite in the tasting.

Jan 5th, 2016
Nicole Ives

Such a great Christmas gift from my Husband!

Such a great Christmas gift from my Husband!

Dec 29th, 2015
Edmond Bordelon

In my opinion, better than the Anderson Valley. Rounder and deeper.

In my opinion, better than the Anderson Valley. Rounder and deeper.

Dec 15th, 2015
Joe Lyons

Indian take out and babysitting the granddaughter!!!

Indian take out and babysitting the granddaughter!!!

Dec 13th, 2015
Ruth Souroujon

Hirsch vineyard. Light spice. Wild strawberry.

Hirsch vineyard. Light spice. Wild strawberry.

Jun 20th, 2015
Vin Zering

Nice wine albeit young and a but astringent now. Perhaps tannins/ acidity gives way to the lovely Fort Ross area fruits in coming years.

Nice wine albeit young and a but astringent now. Perhaps tannins/ acidity gives way to the lovely Fort Ross area fruits in coming years.

Feb 15th, 2015