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Every once in a while, a casual stroll on the beach yields an unexpected treasure—an unbroken shell, an unusually shaped stone, a piece of sea glass. Occasionally, the same thing happens with wine – one taste, and you know you’ve found something special, something unique.  It’s time you discovered SEAGLASS wines.

The vast expanse of the Central Coast is matched only by its diverse topography. Stretching 250 miles south from San Francisco Bay to Santa Barbara County, the region’s 90,000 acres of vineyards are woven together by a single thread: proximity to the Pacific Ocean. The undeniable influence of the sea shapes the terroir here, as it ushers wind and fog across the vines, creating California’s longest growing season. We don’t like to rush around here. We give our grapes plenty of time to develop their signature cool-climate flavor and bright acidity.

Bottle of Seaglass Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon on the beach
Person holding bottle of Seaglass Chardonnay in front of a beautiful blue sea.