For over 150 years the Mirassou family has crafted uniquely expressive wines made with equal parts optimism and California sunshine. Sharing the gift and joy of winemaking has been the Mirassou family's great privilege for six generations, and it continues today. Learn more about the Mirassou Winery by visiting www.mirassou.com
A smooth and pleasant pinot. Very approachable. Excellent value.
I did not expect much from this wine at first, but it is a great selection for its price. Shocks the palate at first but has a very warm finish.
I buy this a lot. When I don't feel much like experimenting, it's a reliable wine that I know will be good.
Good nose on this wine, but not much else to back it up when it gets in the mouth.
Smooth: Nice yet light
I really enjoyed this wine. It had a very smooth, rich flavor and a fantastic finish. Highly recommended.
Really like this wine. Light enough for summer and rich enough for fall.
External Reviews for Mirassou Vineyards Pinot Noir California
Displaying intense fruit flavors of strawberries, pomegranates, and cherries, balanced with delicate floral notes, Mirassou California Pinot Noir is a bright reflection of our heritage as the pioneer of California Pinot Noir.
The Mirassou family started making wine in the late 1800s, earning them the distinction of being the oldest winemaking family in America. This Pinot Noir, coming from the cooler region of Monterey County, exhibits the Mirassous' expertise. Bright raspberry and red currant flavors explode on the palate, while underlying notes of spice, earth, and smoke create a lasting finish.
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