2021 Bold Wine Co. Pinot Noir, Monterey County

2021 Bold Wine Co. Pinot Noir, Monterey County

2021 Bold Wine Co. Pinot Noir, Monterey County

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BOLD Wine Co. is the second label for Seabold Cellars. Every year, Seabold works with new vineyards and varieties. For the first few vintages, these new promising ventures are released under the BOLD Wine Co. label, offering exciting, affordable, sustainably-grown wines from the Monterey Peninsula.

The wine is fermented with native yeasts in stainless steel and then aged in neutral oak for 15 months before bottling unfined and unfiltered. Only 18 barrels produced!

Tasting Notes red berries, cranberry and raspberry and a touch of cacao — a classic style Pinot Noir
Variety Pinot Noir (Balestra, Olson, and Paraiso clones)
Region Monterey County
Volume 750ml
Alcohol Volume 13.3%



Seabold Cellars focuses on cool-climate organic and sustainable vineyards to produce balanced wines that showcase their origin more than their winemaking. During the year, more time is spent in vineyards than the winery. Our winemaking is as hands-off as possible, respecting traditional techniques and practices without being beholden to them. We produce non-interventionist, site-specific Burgundy and Rhône varieties, as seen through a California lens.
Seabold Cellars was founded in 2014 by Master Sommelier Chris Miller. Located in the small town of Marina, the winery is at the epicenter of California’s Monterey, San Benito, and Santa Cruz wine growing regions.

Chris started his food and wine career at age 12 at his mother’s restaurant in New Orleans. Restaurant life transitioned from a means to an end to his life’s purpose after a revelatory wine tasting during a trip to Washington. A few months later, Chris moved to Seattle to completely immerse himself in the wine world as a sommelier at Canlis Restaurant and working harvests in Walla Walla Valley.

That dedication was quickly recognized, earning Chris the title of ‘Best Young Sommelier in the World’ and Wine & Spirits Magazine’s ‘Best New Sommelier in America’. Shortly thereafter, he was handpicked by Wolfgang Puck to realize a new vision for the wine program at Spago Beverly Hills. Chris’ Wine Spectator Grand Award-winning work has been featured in Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusiast, Forbes, Robb Report, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Eater National, to name a few.

After 25 years in restaurants, the time came to trade in his suit and tie for jeans and boots. Having spent every spare moment working in vineyards and cellars in Sta. Rita Hills, Chris could no longer ignore the calling.

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