Evening Land Vineyards

Summum Seven Springs Vineyard Chardonnay

9.311 ratings
9.36 pro ratings
Eola - Amity Hills, Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA
Chardonnay
Duck, Shellfish, Goose, Mushrooms, Manchego & Parmesan, Game, Pork, Squash & Root Vegetables, Chicken, Turkey, Cheddar & Gruyere, Meaty & Oily Fish, White Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Cream Sauces
Top Notes For
Perry Riddle

Always a fav

Always a fav

May 11th, 2022
Ryan Wofford

Just wow 😳

Just wow 😳

Nov 27th, 2020
Aaron Means

I love the walnut like finish. Complex! @June's All Day, Austin TX

I love the walnut like finish. Complex! @June's All Day, Austin TX

Sep 7th, 2017
Sean Wallner - WSET II

A bit of a harsh and astringent kerosene or petroleum smell. Tart/sweet pears, apple, lemon with some minerality and hints of oak. Very clean and fresh, not quite sure where the "plasticy" taste is coming from but it's not bad and adds to the character. Very great Chardonnay!

A bit of a harsh and astringent kerosene or petroleum smell. Tart/sweet pears, apple, lemon with some minerality and hints of oak. Very clean and fresh, not quite sure where the "plasticy" taste is coming from but it's not bad and adds to the character. Very great Chardonnay!

Feb 10th, 2017
Jeff Ball

Nice balance of fruit and oak. Tangy nose, silky finish. Paired well with lamb pot pie.

Nice balance of fruit and oak. Tangy nose, silky finish. Paired well with lamb pot pie.

Oct 3rd, 2020
Amanda Speier

Toasted pecan, minerality, acidic funk. Complex and challenges the palette in an exciting way.

Toasted pecan, minerality, acidic funk. Complex and challenges the palette in an exciting way.

Aug 13th, 2017
Michael Meyer

Wrapping up the Oregon binge/theme, this was a much better wine 3-4 years ago, so it is either fading or shutting down to evolve to the next phase. A lot of its Chablis-like character is muted in terms of the tartness and minerality. And depth and length have regressed...still a fine Chard, but not the standout WS once pined over. Still very smooth with great texture; predominant lemon/lime palate with minor oakiness. Drink up if you have any.

Wrapping up the Oregon binge/theme, this was a much better wine 3-4 years ago, so it is either fading or shutting down to evolve to the next phase. A lot of its Chablis-like character is muted in terms of the tartness and minerality. And depth and length have regressed...still a fine Chard, but not the standout WS once pined over. Still very smooth with great texture; predominant lemon/lime palate with minor oakiness. Drink up if you have any.

Dec 5th, 2016
Jens Lundqvist

Bartender/waiter/sommelier/ PA & Co

9.3

Jens had this 4 years ago

Jens had this 4 years ago

Oct 25th, 2019
Scott Taddeo

Scott had this 6 years ago

Scott had this 6 years ago

Feb 4th, 2018
Ben Bryant

Ben had this 7 years ago

Ben had this 7 years ago

Aug 21st, 2017