Happenings & Musing from the Eola-Amity Hills.

Evening Land
March 9, 2020
The name Seven Springs

The name Seven Springs carries a great heritage in the world of Oregon wine. So it's no accident that we proudly display the name of our estate vineyard on our labels. But we do so not on our most expensive and rare bottles, but on our introductory range of wines. We put a lot of pressure on ourselves to make sure this trio of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Gamay lives up to the name Seven Springs and delivers on these promises.

A Sense of Place

For almost 4 decades now, Seven Springs has produced wines with a flinty/smoky nose from the volcanic soils, bright/brambly fruit from the cool and windy eastern exposure, and an undercurrent of savory earthiness brought on by our wet winters and the encroaching forest of Douglas fir that ring the southern edge of the vineyard.

A Sense of Value

Each year, when it comes time to compose the final blend for our Seven Springs wines, we have that gut-check moment - "does what I'm tasting far exceed my expectations for a $35 bottle of wine?" In an ever-increasing field of estate-grown, single vineyard wines, we want to be confident that these wines not only measure up, but set the pace.

A Sense of Enjoyment

Wine is ultimately and always about pleasure. None of us uncorks a bottle to wax poetic. We drink wine to enhance our meals, augment our evenings, and enliven our conversations.

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Mar 9, 2020 at 9:56 AM
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