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The Raschen Ridge Pinot Noir is the result of this observation and patience. Year after year, the blocks were taste tested to confirm that indeed, this was a singular expression within the Hirsch Vineyard that should be bottled on its own. Finally in 2014 the first vintage of this wine was produced.

Made from the highest elevation vineyards at Hirsch, the Raschen Ridge is where the marine, riverine and continental climates meet, merging heat & coolness, moisture and dryness, uplift and erosion. The wine is itself an exercise in resolved opposites: sexy and serious, drinkable and age-worthy, for both the hedonist and the collector.

Henry Raschen (1854–1937) was a painter of the American West who lived on the ranch that is now Hirsch Vineyards. Old-timers called it the Raschen Place, and Henry’s house stood there until 1954.

Every wine in Mitchell & Son has been carefully selected, researched and taste tested by our team, so we stand behind each selection on our retail list. If you are not happy with a wine, a delivery, or any aspect of our service, please contact us and we will be only too happy to help you in any way we can.

Hirsch Vineyards Raschen Ridge Pinot Noir

SKU: WUSC191
Regular price €115.00
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USA

2019

13.0

750 ml

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The Raschen Ridge Pinot Noir is the result of this observation and patience. Year after year, the blocks were taste tested to confirm that indeed, this was a singular expression within the Hirsch Vineyard that should be bottled on its own. Finally in 2014 the first vintage of this wine was produced.

Made from the highest elevation vineyards at Hirsch, the Raschen Ridge is where the marine, riverine and continental climates meet, merging heat & coolness, moisture and dryness, uplift and erosion. The wine is itself an exercise in resolved opposites: sexy and serious, drinkable and age-worthy, for both the hedonist and the collector.

Henry Raschen (1854–1937) was a painter of the American West who lived on the ranch that is now Hirsch Vineyards. Old-timers called it the Raschen Place, and Henry’s house stood there until 1954.

Every wine in Mitchell & Son has been carefully selected, researched and taste tested by our team, so we stand behind each selection on our retail list. If you are not happy with a wine, a delivery, or any aspect of our service, please contact us and we will be only too happy to help you in any way we can.