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Vineyard, Winery & Working Farm
Left Coast Estate is a family-run winery, vineyard and working farm. At our heart, we are stewards of the land.
Left Coast is guided by two defining principles: a passion for making world-class wine from all Estate fruit and a deep connection to the land where we live and farm. Each bottle is crafted to represent the unique terroir of our 490-acre estate. Our focus on terroir aligns with sustainable farming practices to preserve the integrity of our land for future generations.
Our vineyards and winery are certified sustainable through LIVE, an independent, third-party certification that looks at all of the inputs into the land to ensure that they are in line with the latest university research and internationally accredited standards. We maintain over 200 acres of ecological compensation areas, of which over 100 acres are old growth white oak forests.Our oldest oaks are up to 450 years old and are the most threatened habitat in the Willamette Valley. We’ve partnered with the US Department of Fish & Wildlife to restore these forests by removing invasive species and bringing them under long-term care and conservation. Our visitors and guests have enjoyed the transformation of the Estate as USA Today voted us as Oregon’s Top Tasting Room of 2017 and most recently voted top 100 Best fan-favorite destinations in Oregon 2019.
Sustainable practices help reduce the impact of farming, manufacturing, and other industries. To earn this tag, wineries or the vineyards they source from are certified by third party organizations.
Renewable energy comes from resources which are naturally replenished like sunlight, wind, rain, and geothermal heat. Wineries earn this tag by using renewable energy to help power their operations.
Family owned and operated businesses are an important part of the US economy. To earn this tag, a winery has two or more family members involved, and the majority ownership lies within the family.
This age-worthy Chardonnay offers up bright acidity, ripe kiwi fruit, and a nectary mid-palate.
Old world appeal, offering up aromas of red currant and marrionberry, accented by earth and spice.
This expressive white wine displays aromas of pear, guava and honeyed peaches and cream.
Complex aromas of poached pear and peaches, with notes of golden straw, almonds and honey.
Black cherry, black tea, and forest floor aromas expose a polished and poised dark raspberry.
Butter cookie aromas and dry summer grasses accentuate fruitier and floral aromas of red apple skins
A pallet of crisp acidity, an array of flavors of apple and pear accented with floral notes.
Soft gold / yellow in color displaying aromas of honeysuckle, vanilla shortbread and ripe pear.
Aromas of zesty, citrus infused rose petals, white cherry, watermelon, and orange peel.
Pallet of crisp acidity, an array of flavors of apple and pear accented with floral notes.
Flavors of tart blackberry and cherry cola accented by notes of pipe tobacco and black pepper.
Copper hue with peach crème fraiche, melon and cardamom aromas followed by red fruit and elderflower
The pallet is rich and round with flavors of pears, juicy-fruit, and golden grasses.
Layered pear, lychee, and rose petal aromas lead into a broad yet acid-driven palate.
Dark Cherry and black licorice accentuated by roasted aromas of smoke, bacon, coffee and tobacco.
This age worthy white wine offers up aromas of spicy myrrh, cedar resin, graphite and flint.