Toad Hollow Pinot Noir Russian River Valley Goldie's Vines 2006

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Wine Tasting Notes My favorite descriptor of the vineyard is from my partner Rod. "Pinot Noir, the diva of the reds l...

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A little funk in the glass with an initial hit of sulfur that blows off to reveal light floral, pollen, and dusty red fruit aromas. There’s a hint ... Read more

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Wine Tasting NotesMy favorite descriptor of the vineyard is from my partner Rod. "Pinot Noir, the diva of the reds loves to sleep late and awaken s... Read more

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Editorial Reviews for Toad Hollow Pinot Noir Russian River Valley Goldie's Vines

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065184,734
3.50 5
12/09/2010

A little funk in the glass with an initial hit of sulfur that blows off to reveal light floral, pollen, and dusty red fruit aromas. There’s a hint of wood as well in a really minor supporting role. This is a bit tight up front with a light bitter note early on from the tannins that is gentle, submerged in rather matte, rich dark fruit. On the mid-palate there’s a slight milk chocolate edge to the fruit and while it’s rich it’s also rather indistinct. This is moderately well-structured and well-balanced but lacks some definition. A nice muscular style of Pinot Noir. 88pts


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Snooth User: gdgerstner
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4.00 5
10/08/2011

Wonderful.


External Reviews for Toad Hollow Pinot Noir Russian River Valley Goldie's Vines

External Review
Source: Shop Wine Direct
01/18/2009

Wine Tasting NotesMy favorite descriptor of the vineyard is from my partner Rod. "Pinot Noir, the diva of the reds loves to sleep late and awaken slowly as the sun gently warms her flesh. In the beautiful Russian River Valley, the cool evening fog rolls in like a soft blanket to embrace and protect her until late morning." This is the story of the wonderful Goldie's Vines Vineyard. There are six different clones, three different root stocks, and a perfect southeast facing slope above the Russian River that is the bed for these lovely grapes. Fog, river bottom gravel, and the longest and slowest ripening season in America solve this mystery that is so delicious.


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Source: Fame Wine and Tobacco
04/30/2010

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Winemaker's Notes:

Wine Tasting Notes My favorite descriptor of the vineyard is from my partner Rod. "Pinot Noir, the diva of the reds loves to sleep late and awaken slowly as the sun gently warms her flesh. In the beautiful Russian River Valley, the cool evening fog rolls in like a soft blanket to embrace and protect her until late morning." This is the story of the wonderful Goldie's Vines Vineyard. There are six different clones, three different root stocks, and a perfect southeast facing slope above the Russian River that is the bed for these lovely grapes. Fog, river bottom gravel, and the longest and slowest ripening season in America solve this mystery that is so delicious.

Wine Tasting Notes My favorite descriptor of the vineyard is from my partner Rod. "Pinot Noir, the diva of the reds loves to sleep late and awaken slowly as the sun gently warms her flesh. In the beautiful Russian River Valley, the cool evening fog rolls in like a soft blanket to embrace and protect her until late morning." This is the story of the wonderful Goldie's Vines Vineyard. There are six different clones, three different root stocks, and a perfect southeast facing slope above the Russian River that is the bed for these lovely grapes. Fog, river bottom gravel, and the longest and slowest ripening season in America solve this mystery that is so delicious.

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