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Starting just south of San Francisco and extending all the way through Santa Barbara, the Central Coast is home to some of California’s most intricate and intriguing wines. Some of the region’s most notable appellations are Paso Robles, Edna Valley, Monterey County, and Santa Lucia Highlands. Best known for its two drastically different climates, the area receives heavy coastal influence that stays consistently cool along the Pacific coastline, with heavy sun and dry heat as you move inland. Though Chardonnay has remained the dominant grape of this region, it has also produced some outstanding reds like Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir.
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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.
We like to keep it simple: it’s all about making great wine that overdelivers. Grown in sustainable vineyards in Monterey County, coastal influences create bright, balanced, and food-friendly wines. Complicated wines are designed to look and taste great and show you how uncomplicated well-crafted wine can be.
Born from the grit of Paso Robles, CA, Iron + Sand is a nostalgic nod to the natural draw of the historic hot springs, iron spring and sand spring, that propelled Paso Robles into a bustling destination known as California’s oldest watering place.
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