8/15 - Virtual Tasting with Raj Parr and Oregon's Evening Land Vineyards

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VIRTUAL TASTING WITH JAMES BEARD AWARD-WINNING
AUTHOR AND WINE PROFESSIONAL
RAJAT PARR and OREGON'S EVENING LAND VINEYARDS
To join us, please email bradley@andersonllp.com with your name, phone number, which Tablas Creek wines you'd like, and any add-ons. Details below!
We are excited about our next Virtual Tasting with Rajat Parr and Oregon's Evening Land Vineyards.
PLEASE SCROLL DOWN to read the about RAJAT PARR, Evening Land Vineyards, and the Wine. This is going to be a great, informative, fun, and tasty tasting!
EVENING LAND VINEYARDS
Zoom Tasting
with
RAJAT PARR
and
Veritas Wine Room
Saturday, August 15th 5pm
EMAIL BRADLEY@ANDERSONLLP.COM TO RSVP
To Participate:
Purchase any 2 of the 4 bottles listed below
THE TASTING FOCUSES ON ALL 4 WINES
WE RECOMMEND PURCHASING ALL 4 BOTTLES
and
Some Tasty Nibbles Listed Below
WINE No. 1 Seven Springs Pinot Noir r '17 $35
Wine No. 2 Seven Springs Gamay '18 $35
Wine No. 3 Seven Springs Chardonnay '15 $35
Wine No. 4 La Source Chardonnay '16 $75
All wine will be available for CURBSIDE PICKUP at Veritas Wine Room on Friday August 14th, and Saturday August 15th. In your wine bag you will receive the invitation code for the virtual tasting. Just let us know which pickup day works best for you.
Do you want to add Cheese, Charcuterie, Spanish Conserva, Berkshire pork, locally sourced Wagyu NY Strips & Wagyu Flat Irons, Wiseman House Chocolates ... just let us know!
The Take Home Frenchie $32
~ Bleu d’Auvergne
~ Petit Basque
~ Le Delice de Bourgogne
~ Pâté
~ Cornichons
~ Grain Mustard
Cheeseboard Add ons (optional):
Dried Figs $3.5
Marcona Almonds $6
Mixed Olives $4
Auricchio Truffle Pecorino $6
Proscuitto di Parma $9
Coppa Italiana $6
Heritage Berkshire Pork Chops - $18 each
Heritage Berkshire Pork Ribs - $9.75 per lb (2 per pack)
A Bar N Ranch Wagyu New York Strips - $45 each
A Bar N Ranch Wagyu Flat Irons - $20 per lb (approx 2.5 lbs)
Hamachi - $40 (approximately 2.2 lbs /$18ish per lb)
THE TEAM
Rajat Parr and Sashi Moorman stand at the vanguard of new world wine. Together they steward the historic Seven Spring Vineyard into its fourth decade.
RAJAT PARR
Raj Parr is a James Beard award-winning author and wine professional. Widely regarded as one of the world’s most celebrated sommeliers, Raj has undertaken a new challenge as partner, proprietor, and winemaker for Evening Land Vineyards. He brings to the vineyard and winery a deep familiarity with the broader world of wine and a clear vision for Seven Springs’ place in it.
SEVEN SPRING ESTATE
"A site long recognized as one of Oregon's best." - Harvey Steiman, Wine Spectator.
We are, first and foremost, faithful stewards of the historic Seven Springs vineyard, planted by Oregon wine pioneer Al MacDonald in 1984. On this dramatic east-facing slope, in the iron-rich and rocky, volcanic soils of the Eola-Amity Hills, Al MacDonald undertook what would become one of Oregon's most recognized vineyards. Nestled against a forest of Douglas fir with views eastward to Mt. Hood and Mt. Jefferson, it is immediately evident to any visitor why Al chose this site. 
Seven Springs' eastern exposure ensures the vineyard awakens to the warmth of the morning sun. The vineyard's position opposite the windy Van Duzer Corridor, mitigates hot, sunny afternoons in the Willamette Valley with cool winds from the Pacific. As valley temperatures increase throughout the day, warm air rises, replaced by cooling winds flooding in from the Pacific through the Van Duzer gap and across our vineyard. This daily cooling, along with our eastern aspect, affords our grapes the luxury of extended time on the vine. 
Since its inception, Seven Springs has been dry-farmed. The vineyard is LIVE™ certified and was converted to biodynamic viticulture in 2007. We continue to farm Seven Springs biodynamically, encouraging a healthy and sustainable ecosystem in the vineyard.
Seven Springs is planted overwhelmingly to Pinot Noir, followed by Chardonnay, and Gamay. The oldest own-rooted blocks of Pinot Noir and Gamay are a testament to, and daily reminder of, Oregon's incredible history and potential. Benchmark Oregon producers have long sourced fruit from Seven Springs and the wines from this vineyard are the most decorated and award-winning wines in Oregon's history. 
THE WINES:
Seven Springs Pinot Noir
Of all our bottlings, the Seven Springs Pinot Noir tells the story of our vineyard. Built around a core of own-rooted, Pommard and Wädenswil vines planted in 1984, this bottling is a hearkens back Oregon’s winegrowing infancy, when savoriness, smokiness, and nuance brought curious and adventurous Burgundy lovers to our region in droves.
Seven Springs Gamay Noir
We’re proud to farm some of the oldest Gamay vines in North America. The combination of our volcanic soils and the Gamay grape matched with a traditional Beaujolaise approach in the cellar make this wine our most drinkable bottling from the entire vineyard.
Seven Springs Chardonnay
In a world dominated by Pinot Noir, the Chardonnays of Evening Land have quietly earned a loyal following. The bright, clean, and lively Seven Springs Chardonnay grows in the rockier areas of the vineyard’s mid-slope, offering a precise wine of clarity and finesse.
La Source Chardonnay
Just downslope from the narrow band of vines that form Summum is our La Source Chardonnay vineyard. The beneficiary of the same ancient lava flow, depositing iron-rich rocks and pebbles, La Source Chardonnay realizes this minerality with a richer and more open-knit texture.

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