2021 Flowers Pinot Noir

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$39.99

6 in stock

Winemaker Notes

The Flowers Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir has notes of dried currants, ripe rose petals, and black tea. Dark cherry flavors are balanced with fresh acidity, persistent mid palate, and a lifted finish.

James Suckling 93 Points

About Flowers

WE BELIEVE THAT THE OUTER REACHES OF THE SONOMA COAST, A REGION DEFINED BY EXTREME ELEVATION AND COASTAL INFLUENCE ARE THE IDEAL ENVIRONMENT FOR GROWING ELEGANT AND NUANCED PINOT NOIR AND CHARDONNAY.

For nearly 30 years we’ve been growing Pinot Noir and Chardonnay on the rugged Sonoma Coast. It’s a challenge, but we think great things rarely come easy. Through all that time our goal has stayed the same — make exceptional wines with balance, elegance, and respect for the land. We believe nature knows best and that the less we interfere, the more the authentic voice of the land is allowed to emerge. So we step back and let Mother Nature do what she does best — organic farming in the vineyard for healthy soil; and minimal intervention in the cellar to showcase the purity of the fruit and the expression of the land.

2021 Flowers Pinot Noir

$39.99

6 in stock

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Winemaker Notes

The Flowers Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir has notes of dried currants, ripe rose petals, and black tea. Dark cherry flavors are balanced with fresh acidity, persistent mid palate, and a lifted finish.

James Suckling 93 Points

About Flowers

WE BELIEVE THAT THE OUTER REACHES OF THE SONOMA COAST, A REGION DEFINED BY EXTREME ELEVATION AND COASTAL INFLUENCE ARE THE IDEAL ENVIRONMENT FOR GROWING ELEGANT AND NUANCED PINOT NOIR AND CHARDONNAY.

For nearly 30 years we’ve been growing Pinot Noir and Chardonnay on the rugged Sonoma Coast. It’s a challenge, but we think great things rarely come easy. Through all that time our goal has stayed the same — make exceptional wines with balance, elegance, and respect for the land. We believe nature knows best and that the less we interfere, the more the authentic voice of the land is allowed to emerge. So we step back and let Mother Nature do what she does best — organic farming in the vineyard for healthy soil; and minimal intervention in the cellar to showcase the purity of the fruit and the expression of the land.