An aroma like red-apple skin and modest red cherry and plum flavors make a good combination in this medium-bodied, subtly styled wine. It tastes dry, nicely crisp, yet smooth in texture. (JG)
Hirsch’s entry-level blend of estate fruit isn’t a rich wine; rather, it’s delightfully refreshing and tangy, lasting on an earthy violet aroma. Its clean delicacy makes this dangerously easy to drink.
The 2013 Pinot Noir The Bohan-Dillon offers lovely purity in a soft, understated style that is best enjoyed sooner rather than later. Crushed flowers, tobacco, mint and dried cherries are some of the signatures. Silky tannins add to the wine's considerable early appeal. (AG)
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