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Cavallo Point's Wine Spectator Grand Award-winning wine list is comprised of over 2,200 selections from 25 countries, with vintages dating back to 1922. Like many of the world’s great wines, our list is created to reflect a sense of place. Cavallo Point sits at the gateway to California’s venerable North Coast, home to some of the world’s most renowned wine-growing regions. Our list celebrates the history of wine in California, and presents a vision of where it is going. From the state’s legendary wineries that laid the foundation, and the cult wines driving the mystique, to the small production, artisanal producers who are pushing the envelope of quality, we strive to tell the true story of wine in California.
“At Cavallo Point, we adore sharing beautiful wines produced locally and afar. Each month we highlight the wines that are drinking wonderfully from a certain producer. Throughout June we will be highlighting the wines from Hirsch Vineyards, based on the Extreme Sonoma Coast, including both current releases and perfectly aged selections. We hope you will stop in soon to enjoy both the wine & the view!”
— Chappy Cottrell
Lead Sommelier, Cavallo Point Lodge
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.
Murray Circle at Cavallo Point – the Lodge at the Golden Gate
601 Murray Circle | Fort Baker | Sausalito, California 94965
Phone: 415.339.4751 | online reservations
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