There are a number of clones of Chardonnay from around the world, including options from Burgundy (Dijon clones), America (Davis clones) and a very unique and special one in Western Australia, called the Gin Gin clone. Learn why we planted Dijon clones at Flowstone.
An unpronounceable wine with an Italian heritage that can smell like lollies in the glass but finish dry on the palate. Gewürztraminer is not widely available in Australia, but Flowstone make tiny amounts. Read on to find out why Stuart is a big fan.
This blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, and the classic Portuguese Port wine variety, Touriga Nacional, is the least typical of Cabernet blend partners. But in terms of wine character, varietal synergy and, most important, drinkability – it’s up to the task.
We all know of or at some stage have tasted Sauvignon Blanc, especially those bright and fresh aromatic styles, which are perfect to drink today. But, Sauvignon Blanc is a grape variety with a significant history and much diversity in the way it is made.
From the very first time we released our Flowstone wines, the distinctive label has always created some discussion. Most of the time, the feedback is positive, but it never always is with a wine label.
If you are a passionate wine person, you’re likely to be aware of the wine region in France known as Bordeaux. It is obviously a very old and highly esteemed wine region, with wine being produced there since the Romans. It is also the spiritual home to Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and blends. The scale of the region is enormous, packed with history, colourful characters and architectural feats that make it the focus of many books, wine being just a small part of it.