93 points

Toulouse 2007 Estate Pinot Noir (Anderson Valley)

The fine tannins and perfect acidity give structure to this ripe Pinot Noir, making it instantly likeable now, but it’s really a wine to guard for a few years. Thoroughly dry, it shows rich, deep flavors of red and black cherry purée, Dr. Pepper cola, anise and sandalwood, leading to a long, spicy finish. Cellar…  — S.H.   Published 3/1/2010
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88 points

Toulouse 2007 Pinot Gris (Anderson Valley)

Off-dry to semi-sweet, this wine’s honeysuckle, apricot, pineapple and Meyer lemon richness are balanced by zesty acidity.  — S.H.   Published 8/1/2008
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87 points

Toulouse 2007 Estate Riesling (Anderson Valley)

This savory, polished Riesling comes from an up-and-coming vineyard in Philo. The wine is crisp and racy, with a tangy minerality undergirding the peach, apple, citrus and diesel flavors that finish a little off-dry.  — S.H.   Published 8/1/2008
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87 points

Toulouse 2007 Gewürztraminer (Anderson Valley)

Very pale in color, this ’07 Gewurz, tasted just 6 months after harvest, was a bit muted. Airing brings out rich, spicy aromas and flavors ranging from green apples and peaches to dates, vanilla, wildflowers and dusty spices. The wine was barrel-fermented.  — S.H.   Published 8/1/2008
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