The history and natural beauty of Seven Springs were the initial draws to this majestic vineyard site. Here, fresh water flows with abundance, and clay-rich soils foster conditions for warm, dry summers. To capture the essence of this compelling place in a glass of wine is one of nature’s many gifts.
MacDonald family plants the first vines at Seven Springs Vineyard.
Mark Vlossak (St. Innocent) along with MacDonald family convert 14 rows of Pinot Noir to Chardonnay. Those 14 rows now produce Evening Land Vineyards' La Source (lower half of the slope) and Summum (upper half of the slope) cuvées.
Seven Springs Vineyard is split into Anden Vineyard and Seven Springs Vineyard. (It later becomes reunited when Evening Land Vineyards leases the property).
2007 marks the arrival of Dominique Lafon as the consulting winemaker for Evening Land Vineyards, his first project in the US.
Sashi Moorman and Rajat Parr join the team and begin their stewardship of Seven Springs Vineyard in January 2014. Sashi and Raj complete their first full vintage under the current label (from pruning to bottling).
La Source Pinot Noir is named #3 in Wine Spectator's annual top 100 wines of the year with a score of 98 points (the highest score ever given to an Oregon Pinot Noir).
Evening Land Vineyards begins the process of purchasing the Seven Springs Vineyards from the MacDonald family and continues the legacy of owning and managing one of Oregon’s finest vineyards.
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