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Left Coast – Rosé Of Pinot Noir

United States
Oregon
Wine
Rosé

The Facts

Origins United States > Oregon > Willamette Valley

Appellation Van Duzer Corridor

Varietal Pinot Noir

Cepage 60% Pinot Noir, 25% Pinot Blanc, 15% Pinot Meunier

Winemaking 100% Neutral French oak fermentation

Aging 6 months in neutral French oak

Alcohol Content 13.4 %

Production 433 cases

Serendipity Markets California, Texas

The Character

Tasting Notes Aromas of zesty, citrus infused rose petals, white cherry, watermelon, and orange peel are accented with subtle, savory notes of summer grasses, dried herbs and spice. Mirrored flavors on the palate are framed with balanced acidity, a polished creamy texture, and a dry finish.

Overall Complex & Polished

Mouthfeel Creamy yet crisp

Aromas Melon, white cherry, rose hip, kiwi

Selling Point Unique & Carefully Crafted - Van Duzer Corridor AVA

Pairings Light salads, seafood, paella

Sustainability Certified Sustainable t

The Story

Our rosé is a special label, we produce using close cousins Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. They balance each other
out and create a well rounded rosé style wine, then we ferment and aged it in oak to push the creaminess on your palate and let the fruity flavors linger a bit longer.

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Brand Story

Family owned and operated Left Coast Estate has been built and guided by two essential principles: a passion for winemaking and a deep connection to the land where we live and farm.

Brand Story

Family owned and operated Left Coast Estate has been built and guided by two essential principles: a passion for winemaking and a deep connection to the land where we live and farm.

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