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"Tous Ensemble" Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

9.050 ratings
8.97 pro ratings
Sonoma Coast, Sonoma County, California, USA
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Chip Hughes

Weedy and disjointed on opening. A day’s aeration reveals a spicy, sappy Pinot of real character. Somebody at this winery has both perspective and patience. One of the better $20 bottles of Pinot out there.

Weedy and disjointed on opening. A day’s aeration reveals a spicy, sappy Pinot of real character. Somebody at this winery has both perspective and patience. One of the better $20 bottles of Pinot out there.

Sep 24th, 2019
Sipping Fine Wine

Went to a walk around tasting and tried this again. I like it, but I have an issue, read on. Palate shows raspberry and cherry fruit, a touch of vanilla, balanced tannin and acidity. Lingering finish, nice mouthfeel; a joy to drink. A BIG Negative, I am not a fan of exposed cork wines, no foil or wax protecting the cork! The wine sits on the shelf, cork gets dirty and may contaminate the wine. There are other great Pinot’s at the same price point where the corks are protected. I’ll drink one of those!!

Went to a walk around tasting and tried this again. I like it, but I have an issue, read on. Palate shows raspberry and cherry fruit, a touch of vanilla, balanced tannin and acidity. Lingering finish, nice mouthfeel; a joy to drink. A BIG Negative, I am not a fan of exposed cork wines, no foil or wax protecting the cork! The wine sits on the shelf, cork gets dirty and may contaminate the wine. There are other great Pinot’s at the same price point where the corks are protected. I’ll drink one of those!!

Jun 28th, 2019
Ed Lehrman

Very pleasant and clean.

Very pleasant and clean.

Jun 13th, 2019
Sipping Fine Wine

Palate shows raspberry and cherry fruit, a touch of vanilla, balanced tannin and acidity. Lingering finish, nice mouthfeel; a joy to drink. A BIG Negative, I am not a fan of exposed cork wines, no foil or wax protecting the cork! The wine sits on the shelf, cork gets dirty and may contaminate the wine.

Palate shows raspberry and cherry fruit, a touch of vanilla, balanced tannin and acidity. Lingering finish, nice mouthfeel; a joy to drink. A BIG Negative, I am not a fan of exposed cork wines, no foil or wax protecting the cork! The wine sits on the shelf, cork gets dirty and may contaminate the wine.

May 18th, 2019
Severn Goodwin

Fruit profile is a Pinot roller coaster, each sip a little different, half are decent, other half lightly astringent.

Fruit profile is a Pinot roller coaster, each sip a little different, half are decent, other half lightly astringent.

Jan 19th, 2019
Paul Masson

Didn’t this wine used to be Anderson Valley? Thanks Jackson family

Didn’t this wine used to be Anderson Valley? Thanks Jackson family

Mar 1st, 2018
Jason Hoffman

Jason had this 4 years ago

Jason had this 4 years ago

1 person found it helpfulApr 1st, 2018
Elizabeth Dz

Easy, drinkable, good table Pinot

Easy, drinkable, good table Pinot

Feb 22nd, 2022
Heather Danskin

Yum!! A little tart, juicy and open. Dark cherry. Truly delicious. From friends blind wine tasting (Anu).

Yum!! A little tart, juicy and open. Dark cherry. Truly delicious. From friends blind wine tasting (Anu).

Jan 10th, 2022
Rob Dalto

This is the good stuff. Really enjoyed this light friendly Pinot.

This is the good stuff. Really enjoyed this light friendly Pinot.

Apr 4th, 2020