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Our inaugural vintage of Conway Santa Barbara County Cabernet Sauvignon offers enticing aromas of Blackberry, Cassis, Vanilla, and sweet floral notes.

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Our 2018 “Seastar” Rosé will kick-start your Spring with fragrant floral and fruity aromatics that lead you to fresh fruit flavors, stony minerality, confident structure, and surprising texture. The Pinot Noir grapes for this vintage of Rosé are sourced from an acclaimed Los Alamos Vineyard site. Original cuttings for this vineyard were brought over from Europe 25 years ago. The grapes were harvested at optimum ripeness and to maintain high acidity which is important for preserving citrus fruit flavors and creating a crisp, vibrant style of rosé. The secret of this particular vintage is that there is 3% Viognier blended in alongside the Pinot Noir, which is not listed on the label, but adds to the powerful floral aromatics that make this vintage so delightful! 

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Tasting Room Winter Nights

The Deep Sea Tasting Room has front row seats to the most spectacular sunsets in Santa Barbara! Join us for a Santa Barbara Signature tasting flight, a glass of wine, or share a bottle with friends and soak up this amazing view!  

Why Coastal Wine?

DEEP SEA WINES: are sourced from coastal vineyards to reflect the maritime influence of the Pacific Ocean and are crafted in a contemporary style for the modern wine drinker.

COASTAL WINES: Conway Family Wines is based in Santa Barbara County, where much of the land that is planted to grapevines is located twenty miles or less from the Pacific Ocean.  Coastal air is cooler than inland regions, and the geology of the land in Santa Barbara County lends itself to trapping cool air and moisture in the valleys.  Grapes grown in these areas are positively impacted by what we call the “ocean effect”.  This effect allows the grapes we use for Deep Sea to ripen over a longer period of time.  The slow, steady development of this fruit leads to the perfect balance we look for when measuring sugar, acidity, and maturity of flavors that signify it is time to harvest.  This is a good thing, because wines from our area are known for having great balance, bright acidity, and of course beautiful California fruit.  We strive to capture all of those elements in our Deep Sea wines.

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