Each year when Oregon’s winter rains finally subside, we anxiously anticipate the arrival of ‘Rosé season’. The days grow longer, and sunshine warms the hillsides here in wine country. Slowly we all emerge for al fresco dinners, Spring’s bounty from the garden, and long lingering evenings.
The vivacious and refreshing Seven Springs Rosé of Pinot Noir was crafted for moments like these. Hand-harvested, gently-pressed, and bottled early, Evening Land’s Rosé offers the very first and most drinkable glimpse of the vintage. Notes of wild strawberries, ripe stone fruits, and fragrant white flowers lead to a thirst-quenching palate with vibrancy and verve.
Serve chilled and enjoy with a garden salad, fritto misto, tinned fish, and almonds and olives.