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2016 Latitude 45 Pinot Noir Bottle
Left Coast Estate
Left Coast Estate | Willamette Valley, OR

2016 Latitude 45 Pinot Noir

Focused and expressive, teeming with black cherry, plum and white pepper aromas.

This 100% Dijon clone, single vineyard is focused and expressive, teeming with black cherry, plum and white pepper aromas. Dark plum, black tea, espresso and spice flavors mingle with velvety, well-integrated tannins.
93 Wine Enthusiast (Editor's Choice)
Type: Red Wine
Varietal: Pinot Noir
ABV: 13.8%
Volume: 750ml
Vintage: 2016

Price

$38.00 ($38.00 / bottle)
Out of Stock
Left Coast Estate | Willamette Valley, OR
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.