Evening Land Vineyards

Seven Springs Vineyard Gamay Noir

9.24 ratings
-no pro ratings
Eola - Amity Hills, Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA
Gamay Noir
Top Notes For
Adam Beasley

At first it taste like any other higher end natty red wine. I would have believed it was Carignan or Pais no problem. But with air things came together and it’s started to actually taste like Gamay, with sweet red berries, pink peppercorn, and woodsy earth. High acid, long finish. Good, but not great.

At first it taste like any other higher end natty red wine. I would have believed it was Carignan or Pais no problem. But with air things came together and it’s started to actually taste like Gamay, with sweet red berries, pink peppercorn, and woodsy earth. High acid, long finish. Good, but not great.

Aug 9th, 2022
Mark Quezada

Oldest Gamay vines in the US. Wild raspberry, pink peppercorns, juicy cranberries. I can get down with this! All day, err day!

Oldest Gamay vines in the US. Wild raspberry, pink peppercorns, juicy cranberries. I can get down with this! All day, err day!

Oct 7th, 2021
Michael Dierberg

Great, Burgundian nose. Mouthfeel and finish originally disappointed but with reset palate really got into it.

Great, Burgundian nose. Mouthfeel and finish originally disappointed but with reset palate really got into it.

Jul 7th, 2021
Jennifer Memmolo

Jennifer had this 8 months ago

Jennifer had this 8 months ago

Feb 19th, 2022