The looks like a lovely toy! I'll bet Pinot would love it.
Shortly after we brought him home, some friends came over and gave him a pride Lambchop plush toy. It was Pride season and he loved it so much! We were very tickled at the places he preferred to chew on the toy, which I'll leave to your imagination. We kept chuckling to ourselves "This is indeed the future that liberals want."
That toy remains a perennial favorite of his. He has graduated to pulling the eyelashes off with great relish, holding the toy with his front paws in a surprising show of dexterity while he precisely nibbles the eyelashes off with his front teeth. Then he turns to the knit face and feet, tearing those apart with pretty impressive accuracy. I don't think his goal is destruction but I do think he loves the feeling of the fibers resisting and then giving finally.
He loves any toy with a "nubbin" as we call them: some small protrusion that he can chomp on his side molars to carry and then nibble on with his front teeth.
Anyway, he so loves "Lambie" as we call it that we have bought multiple copies, afraid we'll run out some day. When one wears out, we replace it.
He only gets Lambie when he goes in the crate when we leave the house, and for ten minutes or so when we get back. He loves carrying it in his mouth to the chair while we say hello.
His birthday is coming up at the end of this month. I couldn't resist the giant Lambie I saw at the pet store a few weeks ago and I bought it. I'll report back to let you know whether it has the same magic or not.