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201 Toad Hollow Eye of the Toad Rose
The 2011 Toad Hollow Sonoma County Dry Rose of Pinot Noir has a charming pink color and a hint of strawberries on the aroma. It's crisp on the palate and leaves a clean, refreshing aftertaste.
2010 Eye of the Toad Rose
This superb, delicious dry rose abounds with delightful floral and strawberry aromas. Red-berry flavors deftly balance with stony, mouthwatering acidity. Refined elegance and unadulterated pleasure in a glass -- my kind of wine. Pair it with salmon steaks.
John on Wine Blog Feature Spotlight: Toad Hollow Vineyards
"...Two years in a row, the Press Democrat sent reporters undercover to all of the over 150 winery tasting rooms in and around Healdsburg, and for two consecutive years Toad Hollow was named the “friendliest tasting room in Healdsburg"...You don’t have to try to understand these wines, you just need to taste them and marvel at what the Toad and Badger have wrought..." Read the full review
Lakewood/East Dallas Advocate Magazine
Wine review: Toad Hollow Erik's the Red NV
"This red wine, from the wonderfully eclectic and goofy Toad Hollow Vineyards, is made with 18 grapes. Yes, 18. Which means drinking a glass will put you almost one-fifth of the way toward your Century Club membership. For the record, this version is mostly petite sirah and syrah, but includes refosco, counoise, rubired and 13 grapes you’ve probably heard of..." Read the full review
Tokyo Terrace Blog
Cocktail Friday: Toad Hollow
"...Our first introduction to the Toad Hollow crew was with the one and only “Dr. Toad” at a wine dinner in White Bear Lake, MN at Ursula’s Wine Bar and Cafe. We already loved the wine, but the experience of spending a night with the passionate and hilarious Dr. Toad (Todd) was something that made us even bigger fanatics of Toad Hollow. Needless to say, when we planned our trip to California, Toad Hollow was an absolute must-see stop..." Read the full review