Sea Shell Cellars

Family owned vineyard making estate grown, award winning wine! Enjoy life with a glass of Sea Shell!

  • About
  • Vineyard Details
  • About
    Are you ready to visit the first of its kind tasting room serving award winning wines with a coastal vibe? Please come visit our tasting room in downtown Paso Robles! Experience a nautical resort setting in the wine country while enjoying our beach picture wall and fun accessories!

    For those of you who know us, you know about our passion for the beach and wine. Hopefully, you have had the opportunity to walk along the beach to collect seashells. For those of you that still collect seashells, you are finding them harder to discover. For those of you looking for a great wine at a reasonable price, you might be finding that to be more difficult as well. Our goal is to produce a high quality, smooth, delicious wine at a reasonable price. Walking through the full rows of vines, many of you will realize the beauty that compares similarly to that of the beach. Seashell formation, as well as grape formation, is a reflection of the perfection, joy and beauty of our Creator. And so, from this, the name Sea Shell was born. Seashells are powerful reminders of people and places, of summers and toes in the sand. Just as every seashell on the beach has a story of its creation so does every bottle of Sea Shell wine.
    We are so happy to introduce our latest, Estate Grown, varietals of Sea Shell Cellars. We wish to share this new joy with you. Cheers...
  • Vineyard Details
    • The Vineyard is nestled on the banks of the Huero Huero Creek just one mile east of the Salinas River. The vineyard site was chosen for its unique microclimate and extraordinary soil composition. We strategically selected grape varietals and proper clones that would take full advantage of the nourishment the estate provides
    • First Date Planted: 2001
    • Row Orientations: NE-SW
    • Row Spacings: 8x5
    • Trellis Type: Vertical
    • Rootstock: 101-14, 1103P, 5BB, 3309C
    • Irrigated/Dry Farmed: Drip
    • Soil Types: Sandy Loam- Well drained
    • Slope Description: Hillside / River bench
    • Aspect: South Facing
    • Harvest Method: Hand and Machine
    • Wineries Supplied: Sea Shell Cellars, Biltmore Estates, Moonstone, Prairie Berry Winery, Mitchella, Vinum
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