The Wines

The wines of Evening Land are a story told by our vineyard.

2014 Seven Springs, La Source Pinot Noir

1,611 cases produced

The 2014 La Source Pinot Noir comes from the vines grown at the very top of Seven Springs. With the slope reaching 700 feet in elevation, our Dijon clones of Pinot Noir are challenged by rocky soils and daily wind from the Van Duzer Gap. The Dijon clones and the stressful conditions conspire to produce the focused, complex, and mineral-driven expression we believe serves as a benchmark for Oregon Pinot Noir. The La Source blocks at Seven Springs are harvested by hand. Gentle handling of the fruit throughout fermentation insures a supple, texturally pleasing wine. The 2014 La Source Pinot Noir was raised in 30% new French oak barrels and was bottled without fining or filtering.


2014 Seven Springs Vineyard, La Source Chardonnay

315 cases produced

Our 2014 vintage of La Source Chardonnay continues the great tradition of elegance and richness we’ve come to expect from this site. Sourced from the old-vine Dijon clones in the lower half of the vineyard, La Source Chardonnay speaks of our volcanic soils and the sunny growing season of 2014 showing our estate's prototypical balance of opulence and vibrancy. The 2014 La Source Chardonnay was gently pressed into French oak barrels for spontaneous and indigenous fermentation. The wine was raised sur lie in Damy cooperage, roughly 75% of which was new, for 10 months before being racked to tank. After a light fining, the wine was bottled without filtering.

 315 cases produced

2014 Seven Springs Reserve Case

The Seven Springs Reserve Case is a 12-bottle offering of the following wines.

2 bottles 2014 Anden Pinot Noir
2 bottles 2014 Summum Chardonnay
5 bottles 2014 La Source Pinot Noir
3 bottles 2014 La Source Chardonnay

The Reserve Case is the only configuration which includes Anden Pinot Noir and Summum Chardonnay.

12 x 750ml bottles

 12 x 750ml

Commemorative Wooden Box 6-pack

300 six-packs produced

Celebrate the historic Seven Springs Vineyard's 30th anniversary vintage with this commemorative wooden case. This collectible six-pack includes all of our 2014 vintage bottlings of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. 

One bottle each:
Summum Chardonnay
Anden Pinot Noir
La Source Chardonnay
La Source Pinot Noir
Seven Springs Chardonnay
Seven Springs Pinot Noir

*complimentary ground shipping is offered on all wooden case purchases.

6 x 750ml bottles


2014 Seven Springs Vineyard, Pinot Noir

2,078 cases produced

The 2014 Seven Springs Pinot Noir comes from our oldest own-rooted blocks of Pinot Noir at the vineyard. Planted in 1984, these Pommard and Wadenswil clones thrive in iron-rich, volcanic Jory soils. These 30-year-old vines are harvested by hand, the grapes hand sorted, and roughly 75% of the fruit was destemmed. Gentle punchdowns were employed throughout the fermentation to encourage a soft extraction of tannins and the wine was aged in 30% new French oak for 16 months. The 2014 Seven Springs Pinot Noir was bottled without fining or filtering.


2014 Seven Springs Vineyard, Chardonnay

484 cases produced

Our Estate Chardonnay comes from a unique block of young vines at the southern edge of Seven Springs. With vines running right up to a rich forest of Douglas fir, our Burgundian clones of Chardonnay face northwest with a view across the entire vineyard. Our Seven Springs Chardonnay underwent a very gentle whole cluster press before being racked to French oak barrels for fermentation. The wine remained in barrel, roughly 30% of which was new, for 12 months before being racked to tank. The wine completed élevage in tank for another 6 months before bottling. 


2015 Gamay Noir, Seven Springs Vineyard

664 cases produced

We are proud to farm some of the oldest Gamay plantings in North America. Our biodynamically farmed Gamay Noir vines grow at the base of our vineyard, roughly 350 feet in elevation. We ferment our Gamay in the traditional method of Beaujolais vignerons by leaving the grapes on their stems and sealing the fruit in a concrete tank. Our Gamay undergoes whole cluster, carbonic fermentation before being racked to neutral French oak barrels. We raise the wine for a short 10 months before bottling the wine without fining or filtering. 



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