The 2017 La Source Pinot Noir is the standout wine of the vintage. Grown at the rocky and windy crest of the vineyard, this wine communicates a sense of place more faithfully and more forthrightly than any wine we make.
A remarkable run for some of the most historically significant Pinot Noir vines in the Eola-Amity Hills comes to a fitting and triumphant end with the last vintage ever of this incredible, age-worthy, old-vines Anden Pinot Noir.
Working with vines planted in 1982 is a good start and we work tirelessly to craft a wine that faithfully communicates place and vintage. The result (we hope) is a benchmark example of estate-grown, old vines Pinot Noir.
Loosely translated as 'The Utmost', it is absolutely the correct way to describe the gentle, rocky slope where 'Summum' Chardonnay originates. Crafted from just 14 rows of the best Chardonnay vines at Seven Springs, Summum is our utmost.
Our generously-textured, showstopping Chardonnay grown just below the Summum Chardonnay vines. The La Source will age beautifully but offers up more richness and depth upon release than any other Chardonnay bottling.
A vibrant and generous Blanc de Blancs from estate-grown Chardonnay in Block 9 of the Seven Springs Vineyard. Made in the classic Champagne method, this hand-crafted wine was aged in bottle for 3 years and disgorged by hand. The Blanc de Blancs is bone-dry, classified as brut zéro.
Sourced solely from the pristine La Forêt vineyard at the summit of Seven Springs, this vintage sparkling Blanc de Noirs offers a hint of color in the glass, bright alpine berry aromas, and a rich vinous texture on the palate. The wine was aged in bottle 3 years before being disgorged by hand in late 2018.
We are proud to grow Gamay here in the Eola-Amity Hills. 2018 was a terrific vintage for Gamay. Sourced from only 2.2 acres of Gamay, this wine is fruity, spicy, charming, wild, and incredibly drinkable. Best served with a slight chill.