Right in time for the holiday season, Left Coast Cellars has released their Fall lineup. Over the past few years, I have been lucky enough to receive samples of Left Coast Cellar wines. Out of the wines I received this time, Left Coast Cellars Blanc de Noir is my top pick. Have I ever told you that sparkling wine is one of my most favorite types of wines to drink during the holidays? Well, if I haven’t…it is. If you’re a fan of sparkling wine…you’re in for a beautiful experience right here.

Don’t get me wrong, I drink sparkling wines throughout the year, but the holidays are my favorite for sipping bubbles. All that good food, and family, and friends all gathered. Something about popping that cork during such a beautiful season seems so proper.

Left Coast Cellars Blanc de Noir is made from %100 Pinot Noir. In the glass, the wine is a muted yellow pear color with persistent refined bubbles. On the nose complex aromas of baked pear, gentle florals, and toast. Mid-palate beautifully balanced and focused flavors of apple, pear, tropical fruits, and citrus. Bread yeast and crisp acidity lead to a pleasant mouthfeel and lasting finish.

Left Coast Cellars Blanc de Noir

I have discussed Left Coast Cellars in my previous post and their attentiveness to sustainability. The vineyards and winery are LIVE Certified Sustainable.

Left Coast Cellars continues to produce captivating wines, that are of consistent quality.


Additional Recommendations

I highly recommend trying the wines from this winery if you have not already done so. Some of the other wines I have tried and enjoyed are their Rosé 2018 and Pinot Gris 2017.


Please keep in mind wine is subjective, and each palate has it’s own preference. I encourage you to explore and sip your way to what is pleasurable to your palate.

All wines were an industry samples. However, the assessments made are mine.

For more information about Left Coast Cellar wines, visit their website at www.leftcoastwine.com.