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We have a tasting at their tasting room downtown Healdsburg. Delicious wine, great atmosphere, friendly and knowledgeable staff. I really liked all of their wines! Our tasting was free with our Wyndham Worldmark keycard. The wines were very affordable. I bought the Chardonnay to take...More
We stopped here because this was a good for the price wine I'd had back home and I wanted to see if they had non distributed wines. they did have a couple new ones I had not tried but the winner was their risqué ..my...More
We visited 21 wineries this trip and this was the worst. We were two couples, one wine enthusiasts, and one wine country newbies, and we both agreed – this was the worst wine we tasted. Granted, the price point reflects that (most wines under $20)....More
In Healdsburg, one can lose an afternoon drifting from wine tasting to wine tasting, however, make sure that Toad Hollow is on your agenda. A small and well appointed tasting room reveals itself in the wonderful wines available to sample and purchase. You may find...More
We had a great time with Frankie and Toad Hollow. The wines are approachable and a price point anyone can enjoy. The staff will go as wine geek or wine casual as you want - including food pairings and matching cocktails. We tried a bit...More
Located on the edge of town, this is one of our favourite wineries. We had visited this one a few times on previous visits, so left it to the end.
Didn't disappoint, great staff and selection of white wines/bubbly. As expected, we departed with a...More
About 6 or 7 years ago a and I discovered Toad Hollow Risqué sparkling wine, it was love at first sip. We decided then and there that we wanted to visit where this wonderful he licks it was made. Fast forward all these years later...More
Whenever I'm in Healdsburg I stop by Toad Hollow for their Unoaked Chardonnay, which i really like and is a real deal at about $13.00 per bottle. Their other wine is probably good, too, but I never try it.