Flowers Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2004
Fresh fruit aromas of cherry, plum, and raspberry are followed by hints of sandalwood, mineral, and leather. This wine offers crisp acidity upon entry unfolding with flavors of plum, raspberry and spice. Tannins are supple creating a long, soft finish. Enjoy now or cellar up to 3 years.
Three and a half glasses
Always a solid choice. This vintage is very fruit-forward and toasty, but there is still a great mineral backbone, with spice and earth to round it out. Smells a bit like pinecones, not a complaint!
Gentle semi-acidic Pinot, a little bit of butter on the aroma, which also has some detectable oak. Pretty easy drinking wine w/ a nice coating texture, would love to have this w/ a filet or pork tenderloin. Drinks well by itself.
Smooth and very easy to drink. Hint of berries. Would love to try with food but am happy enjoying it on its own.
A very creamy Pinot that has a hint of cherry and Oak. I really liked the wine. Very drinkable...I poured a glass and then went back for a second....it was all gone.
Very sweet, cherry aromas. Very soft and fruity, with gentle supporting tannins.
External Reviews for Flowers Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast
This beautiful Pinot Noir is a blend of various vineyards throughout the appellation. It shows classic coastal acidity, dryness and silkiness, with appealing raspberry, red licorice, cola and pomegranate flavors, wrapped into finely ground tannins. Decant and drink now.
Bright ruby color with violet hues on the rim. Blackberry and briar patch come forward in the initial aromas and evolve into high-toned cherry and bergamot orange. Flavors of dried black cherries and savory herbs complement the bright acidity and supple tannins which frame a lingering and silky finish.
Medium-weight yet assuredly tannic, with a core of vivid raspberry, cherry and spice notes, ending tight and chewy. Drink now. 20,000 cases made.
Flowers vineyards rise up just two miles from the rugged Pacific Ocean cliffs at elevations of 1,150 to 1,875 feet. Nursery owners in Pennsylvania, Walt and Joan Flowers combined their love of wine with their passion for agriculture.
A model of total elegance and class the 2011 Pinot Noir from Flowers is absolutely gorgeous. Savory herbs crushed flowers licorice salt orange peel mint and plums are all woven together in the glass. Today the 2011 is impeccably crafted and flat-out gorgeous. Although very much a medium-bodied wine I would not at all be surprised to see the 2011 blossom with more time in bottle. This is an impressive effort. Unfortunately the Sonoma Coast was the only 2011 Flowers Pinot I was able to taste but based on this effort 2011 is certainly shaping up well here. Anticipated maturity: 2013-2021. -Antonio Galloni Robert Parkers Wine Advocate.
A Pinot Noir wine from California in USA. 2011 Flowers Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 750ml
Fresh fruit aromas of cherry, raspberry and plum, followed by hints of violet, spice, mineral, and pepper.
Food Pairings for Flowers Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast
Red fruit bouquet of Santa Rosa plum and raspberry overlayed with cardamom spice is immediately present upon swirling the glass. Aromas are accentuated with notes of cedar, vanilla, cola nut and minerals. Flavors of cassis, spice, and vanilla afford a silky texture and long, round mouth feel complimented by lively acidity and fine tannins. Enjoy now or cellar up to 5 years.
372 cases produced.
Notes: 100% French Oak; 40% new. Total time in barrel = 15 months
|Total Acidity: 0.59 grams per liter|
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