With the holiday season officially upon us, there’s no better time to stock up on a variety of festive, food-friendly bottles of red. Whether gifting to loved ones or preparing for holiday parties, our lineup of Evening Land Vineyards’ reds promises to carry you all the way through the holiday season (and don’t forget to treat yourself while you’re at it!).
2019 La Source Pinot Noir
Inspired by the great wines of Burgundy, the vines destined for La Source Pinot Noir come from Dijon clones rooted in shallow, rocky soils at the summit of Seven Springs. Strong ocean winds slow the ripening process and force the vines to push deeper into the earth. These challenging conditions yield fruit of the highest quality.
2021 Seven Springs Pinot Noir
The 2021 Seven Springs Pinot Noir is a joyful wine from a memorable vintage. An immediate impression of purity and elegance greets the drinker as bright red fruits mingle with notes of crushed red roses, black tea, and a touch of forest floor. The wine’s joyful exuberance is most evident on the palate where deftly integrated tannins give way to a beautiful and bright acidity.
2019 Seven Springs Passetoutgrain
Inspired by the great (and highly underrated) blended wines of Burgundy, our Passetoutgrain is produced from a co-fermented blend of Pinot Noir and Gamay sourced from the iron-rich basalt soils of Seven Springs. All fruit is farmed organically, biodynamically, and is LIVE certified sustainable. On the palate, this wine shows punchy flavors of ripe cherries, wild red fruits, black pepper, potting soil, and a touch of sweet spice. Lively acidity and smooth, nearly absent tannins lead to a zesty and refreshing finish.
2021 Seven Springs Gamay
Gamay is truly the grape that can do it all. Beloved by industry folk and consumers alike, this thin-skinned variety is the backbone to some of the world’s most zesty, refreshing, and easy-drinking wines. We planted 2.2 acres of Seven Springs to Gamay back in 2003, and over the past two decades, the vines have thrived in the vineyard’s iron-rich, volcanic soils. On the palate, crunchy flavors of cranberry, hard red candies, ample white pepper, rose petal, and hints of dried herbs lead to a brisk and punchy finish. Think of it like Beaujolais meets cool-climate, New World fruit in the best way possible. Serve chilled.