2019 Hirsch ‘The Bohan-Dillon’ Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

Responsibly Farmed
Classic in Style
Woman Winemaker

David Hirsch created Bohan-Dillon Pinot Noir as a tribute to the great village-level wines of France. Hirsch deems this wine perfect for everyday drinking, yet notes that it also has the potential to age.

Organic and biodynamic farming practices, native yeast fermentation, unfined, unfiltered, woman-winemaker!

  • Tasting Notes strawberry, cranberry, red licorice, bergamot, pine, forest floor
  • Variety Pinot Noir
  • Region United States, California, Sonoma
  • Volume 750ml
  • Table Talk The cat shown on the label is Bob! The Hirsch family cat and fierce vineyard protector.


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David Hirsch is one of the greatest pioneers of Sonoma’s viticultural scene. He first began planting vines near Fort Ross back in 1980, far before the Sonoma Coast boasted the reputation that it has today. Dave realized the undeniable potential for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay early on, and for many years, planned to sell his fruit to local winemakers (including the likes of Williams-Selyem, Littorai, and beyond).

Today, Dave’s forward thinking has most certainly paid off. Almost all of the family’s fruit is estate bottled, much of which is crafted into site-specific, single-vineyard wines. Countless talented winemakers have called Hirsch home, including Ross Cobb and Vanessa Wont. As of 2017, Dave’s daughter Jasmine has since assumed the prestigious winemaker role – and the wines have soared to unbelievable new heights. For Old World-inspired wines that are undeniably coastal California, look no further than these textured, meticulously crafted wines.