Recently bought a mixed case (pinot noir) of the Seven Springs and Shea vineyards for $24.99 per bottle. Both are worth the price, but the Seven Springs bottling is quite a few notches ahead of the Shea at this point.
The nose isn't giving up much yet- a fair amount of the mustiness (peat moss?) typical of pinots. The flavor was simply harmonious. Elegant and subtle flavors of raspberry, dried cherries, and a lingering taste of cola clung to the finish. Balanced. No big, bold fruit, no bacon fat, etc. Darn good nonetheless. 93 points. For comparison purposes I'd give the Shea a 91- more lean than the Seven Springs offering.