Hirsch Vineyards is recognized as one of the finest Pinot Noir vineyards in the new world, described by the Wine Spectator as a “California grand cru." Founded by David Hirsch in 1980, it is the oldest premium Pinot Noir planting on the True Sonoma Coast. Hirsch has provided fruit over the years to Williams Selyem, Littorai, Kistler, and many others.
Since 2002, Hirsch has been producing its own estate Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays. Located two miles from the Pacific Ocean at 1,600 feet elevation, Hirsch crafts highly sought-after wines of elegance, concentration, and site-specificity.
About Jasmine Hirsch
Jasmine Hirsch was born and raised in Northern California. She was baptized in champagne by her wine-loving parents David and Rebecca Hirsch, and spent her childhood at Hirsch Vineyards. After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania in 2001, Jasmine spent five years living in Europe followed by two years in New York. She escaped from corporate life to take over sales and marketing at Hirsch in 2008. She is involved in all aspects of the wine production and since 2015 is fully responsible for Hirsch Winery’s operations, sales and management.