Ordered from a restaurant wine list, this deep ruby Pinot was a very nice accompaniment to a variety of dishes ordered by the diners. Black cherry fruit is accented by cola, coriander and star anise on both the nose and palate. Medium-bodied, freshly acidic, seamlessly alcoholic (14.0%) and with light sweet tannins, it stays solid in the middle and ends with a medium-to-long, tart finish. This well-crafted Pinot should drink nicely over the next five years. Drink now-2019.
First vintage from their new wine maker. Not a bad effort. Always thought Flowers was overpriced for the quality. Still needs improvement but moving towards a better QPR. Lighter in style compared to their past vintages.
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