From the rugged hillsides of the far Sonoma Coast, this trio features our latest estate releases. Trio contains one (1) bottle of each:
Flowers 2016 Camp Meeting Ridge Chardonnay
The 2016 Camp Meeting Ridge Chardonnay expresses all the hallmarks of this rugged, coastal vineyard. The nose opens up with aromas of chamomile flowers while Asian pear, white peach and citrus fruits are delicately complimented by hints of wet stone and coastal minerality. The understated oak presence plays beautifully on the palate with our vivid, refreshing acidity and long fruit finish.
Flowers 2016 Camp Meeting Ridge Pinot Noir
Sourced entirely from our organic and biodynamically farmed Camp Meeting Ridge Vineyard. Given the extremes of this site, including elevations of 1,150 to 1,400 feet, each small block ripens at its own pace. Close proximity to the cool Pacific Ocean and well-drained soils allow the estate to produce Pinot Noir with exceptional complexity, depth, minerality, and natural acidity.
Flowers 2016 Sea View Ridge Pinot Noir
The 2016 Sea View Ridge Pinot Noir boasts a dark ruby hue. On the palate bright cranberry and ripe Bing cherry are complimented by bay leaf and sweet oak spices of cinnamon and graham cracker. The most fruit-driven wine of the vintage, this perfectly captures the elegance of our Sea View Ridge Estate Vineyard.
Arrives packaged in a beautiful, Flowers gift box.
The 2016 growing season was a welcomed one for the Flowers team when compared to the turbulent year prior. Much needed winter rains came in December and January which broke the dry cycle from the last four years, filling ponds and replenishing nutrients in our soils. Temperatures were cool enough on the estate to postpone bud break to the beginning of March; still early but not compared to prior years. A warm spring hinted at the potential of an accelerated growing season, providing fully developed clusters. Mild summer temperatures resulted in even ripening, and the balanced presence of coastal fog brought the phenolic chemistry of the fruit to optimal harvest levels during late August.
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