- 846 Winery Hills Estates
Linn Creek, MO 65052
- Wine Tasting
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Wine: Winery: Ambiance: Sep 17, 2013
Favorite Wine: Norton
Amazing winery. Simply amazing. My favorite so far. Beautiful atmosphere, kind staff, wonderful wine. Found something all of us agreed on, and stayed for two bottles! It was hard to leave the patio! Will absolutely return.
Wine: Winery: Ambiance: Jul 04, 2013
Favorite Wine: Norton
Norton Wine Review: Seven Springs Winery may be a new endeavor, but their 12 wine offerings will completely surprise you. Their serious approach offers unique wines in this lake, tourist town setting. A fruity, lightly oaked Chardonel ($23), a stainless steel Dry Vignoles ($25) with non-offensive orange citrus overtones, a surprisingly crisp Traminette ($18) and other fun whites are available. I was enticed to this winery by a fellow Norton wine enthusiast. Though the two of us have many similar favorite locations, this winery also showed our different approaches to specific wine tastes. For instance, she loved their Syrah ($27), but I found it to be a big wine with a hard bite. Admittedly, after the wine settled down with time to breathe during our pleasant light meal at Seven Spring Winery, I must concur that the Syrah came full force to inform me I should listen to what others consider a truly satisfying wine. Being relatively new to the Norton wine world and not ready to properly release a wine from their immature vines, Seven Springs Winery purchased their grapes from an established vineyard near Columbia, MO. Their recently released 22 month Missouri oaked 2010 Norton ($25) was very well controlled and gave an appearance that it had been French or Pennsylvania oak barreled. With only a few more years in bottle, this Norton example will stand up well to being a credible Norton wine. I look forward to the years ahead at Seven Springs Winery.
Wine: Winery: Ambiance: Mar 03, 2011
Visited here on a way from Branson-the drive up to this winery is precarious. I was glad of not meeting cars coming or going! (I'm a flatlander!) The scenery was grand, the place was quite nice; though a bit expensive for my wallet! I perfer a winery, not the bar/resturant bit.
Wine: Winery: Ambiance: Apr 10, 2010
Favorite Wine: Pinot Noir and 07 Norton
What a lovely place, nestled in the dissected hills of Niangua Basin country, one of the most flammable parts of Missouri. I visited Seven Springs a couple of years ago in the middle of the week during the dead of winter (Thursday afternoon in late January). And they were open! And serving fresh bottles of great wine and food! The winery itself has young vines, so many of the grapes they use are from other parts of Missouri and maybe California (the pinot grapes?)? Not sure. Nevertheless, big, oaky, clean Norton, bright Chambourcin, and the pinot noir is, hands down, the best pinot noir made in Missouri. Big thumbs up on elegant food, great wine, nice view of the rolling hills. I recommend they burn their woods periodically. Beautiful country.
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