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Seal Beach Winery

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Kati Stubblebine
 
May 18, 2017 | Kati Stubblebine

May 2017 Newsletter

Seal Beach Winery

2014 Cabernet Sauvignon Clone 101, Estella Vineyard, Los Olivos DistrictNew Release

2016 Rosé of Pinot Noir, Rio Vista Vineyard, Santa Rita Hills

Reminiscent of the Summer rosés of Sancerre. The scent of orange zest, watermelon and rose petals leads into a crisp fruit forward rosé with tastes of strawberries, watermelon and tart cherries.

A light blush of orange-pink color, this wine pairs well with just about anything. Try it with steaks off the BBQ, shellfish, or a creamy brie. 

Buy it here ->

 

Cheese of the Month

Grana PadanoDélice d'Argental; France, cow milk
This triple cream brie from Burgundy is made by hand from cow's milk. Its richness paired with its extremely smooth texture complements our Rosé of Pinot Noir beautifully. 

 

Events

Mother's Day Special

Sunday, May 14, 2017, 1:00pm - 6:00pm
Celebrate Mother's Day at the tasting room! Enjoy a glass of rosé for the special Mother's Day price of $6.00. 

 

Memorial Day Special
Friday, May 26, 2017, 4:00pm - 8:00pm

Stock up for your Memorial Day BBQ's. All growler fills are buy one get one 50% off.

 

 

 

The Spring Celebration on May 6th has been canceled. Look for a Summer Celebration event coming soon!

 

 

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Time Posted: May 18, 2017 at 10:27 AM
Kati Stubblebine
 
April 25, 2017 | Kati Stubblebine

Road Trip Diaries

I have always dreamt of road tripping down the coast of California, and this past week that dream finally became a reality. 

We started in my hometown of San Francisco, then took 4 days to make our way back down to where we live in Seal Beach. We converted our 1998 Astro van into a camper by sewing curtains for the windows, squeezing a full sized sleeping mat where the seats should be, and stringing twinkle lights along the ceiling. 

The unsung hero of the whole operation was, without a doubt, our growler bag full of Red Blend. 

We loaded up the car, threw our growler in the ice chest, and hit the road. Never again will I road trip or camp without one. 

We played like kids at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, hiked along the coast every chance we got, explored little towns we'd never heard of, and packed as much as we could into each day. At the end of those days, though, we pulled into a campsite, started a fire, and kicked up our heels, glass of wine in hand. 

I've brought a bottle of wine camping exactly one time. I didn't know where to put it, I worried about it getting too hot in the car, I worried about about the glass breaking as it rolled around in the back seat. All these concerns are taken out of the equation with the growler bag. Good wine in an easy to store package, make a beautiful setting that much more relaxing. 

Red Blend at the Sunset Sate Beach Campground. 

Slightly less full at the Hearst San Simeon State Park Campground. 

Refugio State Beach Campground. 

Enjoying some wine on the beach. 

I highly recommend every campground we stayed at on our trip, as well as everything we did, but my number one piece of advice to you, whether you're driving down the Coast or camping nearby: don't forget the wine. 

Time Posted: Apr 25, 2017 at 10:28 AM