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Toulouse Vineyards, Philo

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • Although upon arrival, I wasn't certain, things worked out. When I walked in, there were people seated at most seats at the "bar" leaving only single seats available. There was also one couple at a ta...  read more »
  • This is a small family run winery. They have a very nice, but small tasting room with a friendly staff. We enjoyed their wines. There are no public grounds, but you can see the surrounding vineyards. ...  read more »
  • This was new territory for some veteran Napa and Sonoma wine tasting fans! What a great spot Philo is, it's a treasure trove of interesting wineries. We went to Toulouse on the recommendation of a fri...  read more »
  • Mr. Vern was very nice and informative; he came over to explain the varieties of wines and which ones we would enjoy the most it was something that he didn't have to do, I'm glad he did. I absolutely enjoyed my experience there, but it was a more memorable experience with the friendliness of the staff and the owner (Mr. Vern). Thank you again Mr. Vern and staff for such a great experience.
  • The most fun you can have tasting in the Anderson Valley. Very friendly tasting room staff, beautiful vistas from the deck. Fun pairings to showcase food/wine matches. Pinot is great, but definitely give the Alsace varietals a try.
  • Great Alsatian wines, Pinot Gris & Gewurtztraminer were standouts.
  • Love, love, love this place! Fantastic new tasting room! Awesome 2009 Estate Pinot and 2010 Anderson Valley Pinot!!!!
  • Yes! This place gets it! No pretense. No forced sales. The nicest staff in their tasting room. Also the nicest crackers in their tasting room (that was a meal, guys, thanks, I probably owe you another $15 for the volume of crackers I ate.) Oh. Wines? Yeap. Extremely tasty wines. Lovely grounds to wander about. You can even poke your nose inside the door where their workshop and some of the barrels are. I love utilitarian spaces; theirs portrays a story of being really cherished and oft-used. Dad's workshop. Community. All that country-life fuzzy. Go!
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