2012 Evening Land Silver Seven Springs Pinot Noir – 750 mL

USD 49.00

CLICK HERE to learn the provenance and other wines from this collection. 2012 Evening Land Silver Seven Springs Pinot Noir – The 2012 Eola-Amity Hills Pinot Noir comes mainly from the Eola Springs Vineyard and new plantings from the Se… (See Notes) – This prestigious collection comes to IronGate.Wine from a revered connoisseur and long-time wine collector. Lo… (See Provenance)

Robert Parker Score: 91

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Tasting Notes

The 2012 Eola-Amity Hills Pinot Noir comes mainly from the Eola Springs Vineyard and new plantings from the Seven Springs Vineyard. It was completely de-stemmed, undergoes a natural ferment and aged in used French barrels for 14 months. It is bridled with a crisp and focused bouquet with blackberry and blueberry to the fore. There is good vivacity here, with a light touch of brine coming through with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with ripe black cherry and blueberry fruit, a saline seam that becomes more prominent toward the finish with touches of baking powder and dried orange rind. The length is quite impressive here, that spicy tincture lingering long after the wine has departed. There's few Oregon Pinot Noirs that match the quality for just four ten dollar bills.

Provenance

This prestigious collection comes to IronGate.Wine from a revered connoisseur and long-time wine collector. Lover of US wines, he began collecting as soon as he realized he could ship his wines back to his home in Canada. This was not done without struggle, and as the quantity of bottles allowed to be imported back to Canada were limited, it was time to find a safe haven for his ever-growing assembly of fine wine.

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