Left Coast Cellars
Left Coast Cellars Estate Vineyard
Left Coast Cellars
Left Coast Cellars Estate Vineyard
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Grape DetailsVarietals: Pinot Gris (Pinot Grigio), Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, ChardonnayWine Regions: Willamette Valley
Vineyard SizePlanted Area: 178 acres
Wine HistoryThere are currently no known wines associated with these grapes. Edit the vineyard blocks to add wines.
Farm CertificationsThese blocks do not have any farm certifications
|Average Radiation Total||WH/m2|
|Biologically Effective Degree-Days||1284.89|
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Planted Areas of this Vineyard (8)
- Block: Bench (21.16 acres)Grape: Pinot Gris (Pinot Grigio)264.07 ft. | Chehulpum, Waldo, WoodburnView block details
- Block: Field of Dreams (54.54 acres)Grape: Pinot Noir411.74 ft. | Chehulpum, Helmick, Rickreall, WaldoView block details
- Block: Latitude 45 (11.05 acres)Grape: Pinot Noir228.9 ft. | Chehulpum, Hazelair, SteiwerView block details
- Block: Left Bank (14.74 acres)Grape: Pinot Blanc361.57 ft. | ChehulpumView block details
- Block: Left Bank (14.74 acres)Grape: Chardonnay342.81 ft. | Chehulpum, BellpineView block details
- Block: Left Coast Vineyards (38.63 acres)Grape: Pinot Gris (Pinot Grigio)213.18 ft. | Chehulpum, Hazelair, Dayton, HelvetiaView block details
- Block: Right Bank (11.04 acres)Grape: Pinot Noir290.95 ft. | Chehulpum, SteiwerView block details
- Block: Truffle (12.1 acres)Grape: Pinot Noir380.13 ft. | Chehulpum, HazelairView block details
About Left Coast Cellars Estate Vineyard
Oregon's Willamette Valley is the place we call home. It is our own unspoiled corner of the world, providing us a unique sense of place. We devote great efforts to cultivating and preserving our land, while reflecting its character and substance in our wines. The topography of Left Coast is bowl-like. Steep hills, facing all directions, create a natural amphitheater surrounding a large meadow and spring fed lake, central to the gravity fed irrigation system. The remainder of the property preserves one of the area’s last remaining stands of original old growth White Oak and also contains fruit orchards, meadows, lakes and streams. The bodies of water attract migrating birds and encourage birds of prey, helping to balance animal life in the vineyards. An increasing importance is being placed on the park like nature of the property through expanded gardening and flowering areas. A welcome complement, four acres of hazelnut trees, rock roses and holly oaks were planted to foster the cultivation of European truffles. Thanks to the largest USDA grant awarded in the state of Oregon for renewable energy, during the busy days of harvest 2008, we saw our first installation of a series of solar panels. The final, larger installation was completed in December. These panels will provide for virtually all of the electrical needs for the estate. Woodland restoration, diverse crops and an extensive recycling program all expand our approach to sustainability. We see these latest efforts as small contribution, a thankful gesture to the land that we treasure at Left Coast Cellars.
AdministrationVineyard-ID: 1139Created Date: UnknownEdit History: View Edit History of this Vineyard
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Data Notes and References
NotesFarm Certifications: See the certifications page to learn more about the farm certifications Everyvine tracks. Soil Horizon: Bedrock value set to "-" is not available. Available water capacity units are cm/cm. Solar Radiation: Area Solar radiation has been calculated in watt hours per square meter (WH/m2) Topography: Topography values are averaged over the block area. Aspect is expressed in positive degrees from 0 to 359.9, measured clockwise from north. Growing Season: For use in various statistical averages, Everyvine defines the vineyard growing season as the period April 1st to October 31st.
The vineyard data presented here is most often sourced from the public data sources listed below. However, Everyvine also accepts data from vineyard owners who often have even better data they have collected themseleves.
If you have more accurate data on a vineyard go to: Data Submission page.Topography: Topographic and solor radiation calculations are based on 1/3 arc-second (approx. 10m) elevation models. Data provided by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), EROS Data Center, National Elevation Dataset, http://ned.usgs.gov/, 1999 Climate Indices: Calculations based on methodologies described by Gregory Jones and John Gladstones. See the following:
- Jones, G.V, Duff, A.A., Hall, A., and J. Myers (2009). Spatial analysis of climate in winegrape growing regions in the western United States.ā€¯ American Journal of Enology and Viticulture, in Press Spring 2010.
- Gladstones, J. (1992) Viticulture and environment (Winetitles: Adelaide).
- SSURGO: Soil Survey Staff, Natural Resources Conservation Service, United States Department of Agriculture. Soil Survey Geographic (SSURGO) Database. Available online at http://soildatamart.nrcs.usda.gov.
- STATSGO2: Soil Survey Staff, Natural Resources Conservation Service, United States Department of Agriculture. U.S. General Soil Map (STATSGO2). Available online at http://soildatamart.nrcs.usda.gov.
- Web Soil Survey: Soil Survey Staff, Natural Resources Conservation Service, United States Department of Agriculture. Web Soil Survey. Available online at http://websoilsurvey.nrcs.usda.gov/.