Great provence-style rose. Bone dry and crisp. Low alcohol too (11%). Good with spaghetti but could have been equally good at a picnic with cheese or any other food.
Great example of a tasty, crisp, dry yet fruity rose. The guy at the store saw me looking at the Coppola Sophia for nearly $20 and said the Toad Hollow was just as good if not, better, for less money. It's a great sip-on-its-own wine or would pair well with light asian, chicken or seafood dishes.
A gem for the price point. Mild and crisp. A delicious rose.
Three and a half glasses
External Reviews for Toad Hollow Pinot Noir Sonoma County Eye of the Toad
Wine Tasting NotesThe wine has incredible body and weight for a Rose of Pinot Noir. The color is a beautiful pink with a hint of "Beaujolais blue". This wine has a nose of rose petals and violets. Whether in sun or shade, this is a truly dry, uncomplicated statement of Pinot Noir at its lightest and most delicate which we proudly call our ROSE. Spice and pepper bring out the wonderful wild strawberry flavors. A wine that is great with sushi and wasabi or spicy Thai food.
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