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Evening Land Vineyards Chardonnay Seven Springs Vineyard
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Evening Land Vineyards Evening Land Vineyards Chardonnay Seven Springs Vineyard 2011
Brilliant pale straw in color, the aromas fill the glass with a dusty mineral powder character intertwined by orange, quince and citrus notes. There is a distinctive hint of fragrant gardenia and lemon verbena as the nose opens up. The palate is a smooth, yet vibrant and bright as it broadens on the mid-palate with flavors of creamsicle and subtle oak character. The wine has great texture, with a flavors held together by the beautiful acid balance that lingers on the palate; slight tone of wet stone on the finish.
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92 WS
Rating: 92 Points
WS Wine Spectator, Nov 30, 2013

While there are only 346 cases of it, Evening Land’s 2011 Chardonnay Seven Springs Vineyard represents what will henceforth count as their intro-level white bottling, one whose volume will increase as young, newly planted, and about-to-be-planted estate vines (including in a new section adjacent to Bethel Heights) come on-line. White peach, apricot, and quince make for a lusciously fruity impression that is in turn wreathed in honeysuckle and heliotrope; laced with brightly juicy, enlivening lime and orange; bedded on a silken, creamy pillow; and suffused with saliva-liberating salinity in a long, lip-smacking, “could we please do that again!” finish. And this is from young vines (albeit, note, of considerable clonal diversity)! Of course, Dominique Lafon knows a thing or two about Chardonnay. And I have every reason to believe in the special talents of both Isabelle Meunier and Seven Springs terroir. But this wonderful wine is still simply a poster child for something that should by now have become evident, namely that some of the world’s most deliciously distinctive and complex Chardonnays already do – and in future, increasingly will – come from Oregon’s Willamette Valley. What’s more, this represents one fine value by international standards for its cepage, or indeed any other.

93 RP
Rating: 93 Points
RP Robert Parker, Oct 15, 2013

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