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Evening Land Vineyards Chardonnay Seven Springs La Source
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Evening Land Vineyards Evening Land Vineyards Chardonnay Seven Springs La Source 2011
Brilliant pale-gold in color with an edge of silver, the complex aromas fill the glass with citrus fruit, white peaches, and floral notes intertwined with aromas of biscuits. The smooth attack broadens nicely, and fully, on the palate with great texture, complexity, and mineral notes that complement the honeysuckle and citrus flavors. The long finish is sustained by a great mineral balance that makes your mouth water…and demands another glass.
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94 WS
Rating: 94 Points
WS Wine Spectator, Sep 25, 2013

As with Pinot, there is no “Summum” bottling from selected rows or barrels this year, so Evening Land’s 2011 Chardonnay Seven Springs La Source reflects all of their best vines and lots. White peach and citrus dominate a luscious, creamy yet vibrantly juicy palate whose sense of richness and sheer density go beyond that of the ‘regular” Seven Springs bottling, yet without sacrificing clarity, or sheer juicy refreshment – though in buoyancy and mouthwatering salinity that ostensibly “lesser” wine holds the edge. There are more piquant elements incorporated here: peach kernel and lime pip, toasted nuts and stone, all of which add to the wine’s prodigious length as well as profundity. As my descriptions will have indicated, there isn’t a bit of overt oakiness to Evening Land’s Chardonnays. And interestingly, they all spend six months out of barrel on their lees in tank before bottling. (I could tell you about the 2012s, but I’ll leave you hanging and wait to report on them next year once they’ve had the aforementioned tank time and been bottled. And the 2012 reds don’t look bad, either!)

94 RP
Rating: 94 Points
RP Robert Parker, Oct 15, 2013

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