Happenings & Musing from the Eola-Amity Hills.

Evening Land
February 26, 2018
History in Your Glass

It is impossible to set foot in Seven Springs Vineyard and not feel a deep connection to Oregon’s rich history. Vines planted at the outset of the 1980s stand as proud reminders of the vineyard’s role in making the Eola-Amity Hills a world-class winegrowing region. We know each time we harvest these vines, we are just a small chapter in the story of Seven Springs.

For the vineyard's first 24 vintages, fruit from Seven Springs was sold to many talented winemakers. We’ve endeavored to research where the Pinot Noir from these original plantings went over the last 30-or-so vintages. Our work is ongoing, but we happily share with you what we’ve learned from our forbearers about these venerable vines from the Seven Springs Vineyard.

Click HERE to read the first part of our deep dive and click HERE to purchase the 2015 Seven Springs Pinot Noir (WS 93)

Feb 26, 2018 at 11:55 AM
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