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BOLD Wine Co.

We believe that everyone should have access to delicious and balanced wines that speak to their place of origin. Every year we work with new vineyards and varieties for Seabold Cellars; those first few vintages, the new wines that we find promising are released under the BOLD Wine Co label. We produce exciting, affordable, sustainably-grown wines from the Monterey Peninsula.


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2017 Dry Riesling / Arroyo Seco

Zabala is a remarkable vineyard in Arroyo Seco, one of the first modern vineyards in Monterey. The entire vineyard is a dried riverbed, with cobblestones where soil should be. This Riesling was co-fermented with Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris, giving it an earthy, old-school Alsatian character.

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2017 Chardonnay / Monterey

Elm Vineyard is planted to old-vine Wente clone Chardonnay in Arroyo Seco. Elm typically displays rich, deeply-seated tropical notes and a rich texture. The other portion of this cuvée comes from Mesa del Rio, which is known for producing high-quality sparkling wines. The blend here gives both depth and balance.

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2017 Grenache Rosé / Paso Robles

Four Sisters Ranch is one of our favorite sites in Paso Robles for Grenache. In 2017, the grapes from the upper portions of this terraced block were significantly lighter in style than the lower portions. The sections were vinified separately, and the upper block resulted in a wine that was mid-way between rosé and a light red wine, close to a lesser-known style called ‘clairet’.

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2017 Pinot Noir / Monterey

Balestra Vineyard lies just north of the Santa Lucia Highlands AVA, on a very cold climate benchland property owned and farmed by a multi-generational family of farmers. The wines from the property always show a certain bright, fruit-forward character which is often balanced out by a judicious inclusion of whole clusters during fermentation.

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2017 Pinot Noir / Santa Lucia Highlands

Paraiso Vineyard sits at the southern end of Santa Lucia Highlands. This wine originates from the first plantings of Pinot Noir in Santa Lucia Highlands, a rocky outcropping rising up to 1400’ in elevation.

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