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This limited production Gruner Veltliner was fermented in 100% French Oak barrels. Barrel aged sur lie for six months, and left unfiltered before bottling, to preserve maximum body and aromatics. Our first vintage of this delightful Austrian varietal exceeded expectations! We are now totally in love with this unique and special grape. A must-try of our portfolio.

Aromas of Lemon Zest, White Pepper, and Lime are followed by generous notes of Ripe Grapefruit, Yellow Apple, and Nectarine. 50 Cases produced. 

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Pinot Grigio and Gewürztraminer makes for an incredibly light, refreshing white blend as satisfying as a splash in the ocean on a hot July day! Crisp and fruity, with zesty citrus and pineapple notes, the Deep Sea 2020 Beach Blanc lives up to its namesake. Whether you're enjoying it at the beach, or dreaming of the Pacific Ocean while you drink it, this wine is sure to conjure up all the joy of Summer! 

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New Ventura Location!

NOW OPEN, The Deep Sea Wine Tasting Room in Ventura! Located in the heart of the Ventura Harbor Village, guests can now enjoy all their favorite Deep Sea and Conway Wines while taking in the picturesque harbor views. Address: 1591 Spinnaker Dr Suite 115, Ventura, CA 93001. Phone:(805)321-WINE.

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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