We source the grapes for Sea Sun from diverse coastal regions in California, where bright sun and cooling ocean breezes lead to an extended growing season. Grapes stay on the vine longer, enabling us to create Chardonnay and Pinot Noir with heightened complexity. The name “Sea Sun” is inspired by this unique combination of natural forces.
Our Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are created from the singular beauty and character of the California coast—a place where wines are shaped by the strength of the wind and the intensity of the sun.
Both rich and vibrant. A wine that suits a wide range of palates—with refreshing citrus, bright minerality and lively natural acidity.Discover More
Layered and strikingly soft on both the nose and palate. Lightly oaked with lush fruit flavors and grippy tannins.Discover More
Endless exploration of the California Coast
Winds off the Pacific Ocean create a natural cooling and ideal growing conditions for both Chardonnay and Pinot Noir
The diverse places where we source grapes for Sea Sun
The southernmost region where we source grapes for Sea Sun, its warmer temperatures lead to ripe fruit flavors and a distinctive round mouth feel.
Shaped by the cooling influence of Monterey Bay, this AVA has dramatic weather and a majestic beauty that translate to greater complexity in the glass.
Only a short 30-minute drive southeast of Napa, Solano shares a similar maritime climate with its more famous neighbor and features exceptional vineyards.
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This region is halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, with an eclectic character that is reflected in its beach towns and diverse pockets of land.
Winemaker Charlie Wagner—whose family founded Caymus Vineyards—produces Sea Sun wines. You can taste Sea Sun at Caymus in Rutherford, Napa Valley, along with a range of wines made by the Wagner family.