Rex Hill Seven Soils Chardonnay Willamette Valley 2017
  • White Wine
  • Chardonnay
  • Dry
  • Medium Bodied
  • 750ml
  • 14.1% alc./vol

Rex Hill Seven Soils Chardonnay Willamette Valley 2017

Oregon, U.S.
Regular price $83.95per bottle ($503.70per case)
6 bottles per case
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Rich & Creamy

Rex Hill, a legacy winery in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, has been making elegant Pinot Noir for over 35 years. In 2007 the two families behind A to Z Wineworks took over this iconic estate.

On the nose, aromas of lemon peel, quince, whole cream, apple, pear and white flowers present. The rich palate has a silky texture with creamy flavors, hinting of toasted almonds or macadamia nuts, citrus slices drizzled with honey, as well as notes of green tea and crème brulée with caramel undertones. The wine finishes long and juicy, promising age worthiness. Very Oregonian.

This wine is amazing with shellfish and rich, creamy cheeses.

This product is part of the LCBO Vintages program. It may take approximately 3-4 weeks to be delivered.

Press Reviews

Wine Align

94 Points - David Lawrason

This beauty chardonnay hearkens to Burgundy in style - and price. It is very refined and restrained but shows all kinds of complexity. Expect a very well integrated nose of peat, flint, toasted hazelnut, buttercream cookie and subtle apple cobbler fruit. It is medium-full bodied, very finely tuned with restrained richness, minerality and very focused flavours. The length is excellent to outstanding. Tasted Nov 2020

93 Points - John Szabo

Cool, clean, classy, lemon custard and yoghurt-scented, vibrant and lively chardonnay here from Rex Hill, a really nicely composed blend of multiple vineyards and soil types from throughout the Willamette Valley. I love the succulent acids, both the energy and comfort, the ease and sophistication. Great length. Premium wine. Drink or hold mid-term. Tasted November 2020.

Wine Enthusiast

91 Points

Young and toasty, this barrel-fermented gem is still pulling itself together. The structure is there for aging over the next half-decade or longer, and the lightly tropical melon and papaya flavors are lovely. It just needs to balance out the barrel flavors a bit, but if you love a toasty Chardonnay, there's no need to wait.