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2017 Seven Springs Vineyard, Gamay Noir

We’re proud to farm some of the oldest Gamay Noir vines in North America. Our 2 plantings of Gamay sit at the base of Seven Springs at 350 feet in elevation. One acre of old vines, planted on their own roots in 1983, lends spice and savoriness, while two acres of Gamay planted in 2003 contribute exuberant aromatics and a lively texture.


2015 Seven Springs, La Source Pinot Noir

94pts. Wine Spectator

One of Oregon's greatest sites for Pinot Noir, La Source comes from the summit of Seven Springs. Rocky soils and daily wind challenge the vines. These adverse conditions result in our very best wine at Evening Land.


2015 Seven Springs Vineyard, Pinot Noir

93 pts. Wine Spectator

The 2015 Seven Springs Pinot Noir comes from our oldest own-rooted Pinot Noir vines, planted in 1984. These 31-year-old vines are harvested by hand, the grapes hand sorted, and roughly 65% of the fruit was destemmed. Gentle punchdowns were employed throughout the naturally occuring fermentation, encouraging a soft extraction of tannins. The wine was aged in 20% new French oak for 12 months.


2015 Seven Springs Vineyard, Chardonnay

92 pts. Wine Spectator

Our Estate Chardonnay comes from a unique block in the southernmost corner of Seven Springs. The grapes were whole cluster pressed into to once-used French barriques and Stockinger puncheons (500L) for fermentation. The wine remained in barrel for 12 months before being racked to tank and was lightly fined before bottling.


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