Seven Hills Vineyards

Winegrowing Philosophy

Since 1988, we have worked to cultivate long-term relationships with the finest growers in the Northwest - growers who share our unwavering commitment to quality. As a result, Seven Hills Winery has established one of the most exceptional vineyard programs in the region, combining fruit from our own McClellan Estate Vineyard with top vineyard sources in the Walla Walla Valley, Red Mountain and throughout the Columbia Valley. Though these sites reflect the rich diversity of Northwest winegrowing, they often share many important attributes, including older vines, well-drained soils, uninhibited light exposure, good air drainage and southwest-facing slopes (for most red varietals). And because the sites span numerous appellations, we have access to excellent fruit in even the most challenging vintages.

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2010 Cabernet Sauvignon, Reserve, Walla Walla Valley -SOLD OUT


2011 Cabernet Sauvignon, Seven Hills Vineyard SOLD OUT


2011 was one of the coolest vintages in Northwest winegrowing history.  Fortunately, it concluded with a long, mild fall allowing for a tremendously long growing season with fully ripe berries offering great structure, balance, and complexity.  This old vine Cabernet has a dark garnet gem color and a broad nose of ripe plum fruit and elegantly integrated French oak.  After a few swirls, it reveals additional aromas of blackberry, black cherry, red plum, violet, cedar bark, sage, iron shavings, cocoa, marzipan and licorice.  The mouth-feel is round and generous with a broad spectrum of ripe black and red fruits across the velvety textured mid-palate all well framed with firm tannins and a bright, lifting finish.  This wine will reward cellaring of an additional 6-10 years after release.