92 points Erin Brooks (Wine Advocate): "Medium ruby-purple, the 2017 Pinot Noir Seven Springs Estate has aromas of crunchy cranberries, raspberries and blackberries with accents of fragrant earth, violets, peppercorn, saline and bitters. Medium-bodied and silky, it offers loads of ripe fruits tempered by earthy accents, with grainy tannins and sip-me-again acidity, finishing long. Grapes for this cuvée (Evening Land's largest at over 3,000 cases produced annually) were mostly destemmed and come from both older and younger vines. Drink: 2020-2026. (Apr 2020)"
92 points Wine & Spirits: "This is the most approachable of Evening Land Vineyard’s three pinots, and bears all the hallmarks of the winery’s style: smoky, savory whole-cluster spice and supple and juicy textures, although this has a bit more flesh than its counterparts, and softer tannins that lend a harmony to the finish. (Oct 2020)"
Producer notes: "The aromatics of our 2017 Seven Springs Pinot Noir are pretty and pure. The wine is lithe and deft on the palate, with bright fruit buttressed by lively acidity and integrated tannins. 10% whole cluster. Aged 12 months in neutral French oak and 7 months in concrete. Alcohol 13%."