Summer 2023

Wine Enthusiast June, 2023 awarded our 2022 carbonic Zinfandel as a Hidden Gem. The new “Hidden Gem” class was launched in fall 2022. It highlights regional standouts and offers readers a list of bottles to be discovered. When a wine provides a Wine Enthusiast editor with a surprise-and-delight moment, it is deemed a “Hidden Gem.” This list serves as a guide for consumers to experience and taste a collection of special discoveries.


Spring 2023 

2021 SEAWOLF Estate Yorkville Highlands Three Graces Grenache, 93 points
Ruby red in color. 14.1% ABV. Intriguing nose of red fruits, wet asphalt and flowers. Medium body with exquisite acidity. Light, crisp and earthy. Strawberry, kirsch and roasted herbs on the palate. Medium length on the finish. Super Grenache full of finesse and grace. Best over the next 5-7 years. 
2021 SEAWOLF Mendocino County Venturi Vineyard Zinfandel, 94 points
Bright crimson in color. 14.6% ABV. From a 75 year old vineyard in Mendocino County. Awesome nose of red fruits, licorice and peach. Full bodied with mouth watering acidity and impeccable balance. Layer upon layer of lush, rich fruit. Cherry, raspberry liqueur, blood orange and cocoa on the palate. Tremendous length on the finish. One of the better Mendocino Zinfandels for me in recent memory. Best over the next 3-5 years. 
2021 SEAWOLF Estate Yorkville Highlands First Crush Primitivo, 92 points
Purple in color. 14.6% ABV. Savory nose of black fruits, cocoa and pepper. Medium body with medium acidity. Crisp, fresh and well balanced. Blackberry, boysenberry and earth on the palate. Nice length on the finish. Very appealing and equally approachable. Best over the next 3-5 years. 
2020 SEAWOLF North Coast Red Triangle Zinfandel, 94 points
Crimson in color. 14.7% ABV. Sourced from a single mountaintop vineyard in the Red Hills appellation overlooking Clear Lake. Pretty nose of red fruits, citrus and baking spices. Full bodied with mouth watering acidity. Perfect balance. Plush and rich on the palate with flavors of cherry, raspberry liqueur and pepper. Exceptional length on the finish. Charming Zinfandel that will drink well for another 3-5 years. 
2019 SEAWOLF Zinfandel Battaglini Vineyard, 94 points
Maroon in color. 14.8% ABV. Gorgeous nose of red and black fruits, cocoa and pepper. Medium to full bodied with perfect acidity. Rich, plush, well balanced and bursting with dark, juicy fruits. Black cherry, blackberry liqueur, spice and a hint of citrus on the palate. Tremendous length on the finish. Elegant, beguiling Zinfandel that is immediately appealing. This will drink well for another 3-5 years.


We are

SEAWOLF Wines is a partnership between two winemakers dedicated to natural winemaking and hands-on organic farming. Living life in the vineyard and on the sea has spawned SEAWOLF Wines.

Our Address

33151 Highway 128
Yorkville, California 95494

Phone: 707.494.0312
Email: [email protected]

Please contact us with any questions or comments you may have. Thank you for your interest in our handcrafted natural wines.

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Best Anderson Valley Vineyards To Enjoy During Crush Season
SEAWOLF Wines is the first winery open to the public that you’ll encounter when entering Anderson Valley from the south. This micro-batch winery makes small amounts of marvelous Zinfandels and other varietals. A husband and wife team makes two barrels or less of each varietal and blends from their organic dry-farmed vineyard.
Make this your first stop when you enter the valley. The vineyard has a spectacular vista across the tops of the California Coastal Range. Several comfy outside tasting areas are designed to take in the view. Also, check the website for music schedules on the stage overlooking AV’s outstanding scenery.


The unmatched view from SEAWOLF Wines in the York Highlands of Anderson Valley
Pro Tip: Tastings are by reservation. Be sure to order the charcuterie board for your sipping session.


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SEAWOLF Wines awarded Snail Prize from the internationally acclaimed Slow Wine Guide 2023

Jesse and Emma are super excited to share with you that our SEAWOLF Yorkville Highlands Seablush Rosé was awarded the Snail Prize by the internationally acclaimed Slow Wine Guide 2023.  The Slow Wine Guide is part of Slow Food; a global, grassroots organization founded in 1989.  
Slow Food envisions a world in which all people can access and enjoy food that is good for them, good for those who grow it and good for the planet.
Slow Food is based on a concept of food that is defined by three interconnected principles: good, clean and fair.
GOOD: quality, flavorsome and healthy food
CLEAN: production that does not harm the environment
FAIR: accessible prices for consumers and fair conditions and pay for producers
Slow Food believes food is tied to many other aspects of life, including culture, politics, agriculture and the environment. Through our food choices we can collectively influence how food is cultivated, produced and distributed, and change the world as a result.
SEAWOLF wines is proud to be aligned with Slow Food’s principles.  As organic winegrowers, Emma and Jesse are committed to organic farming at our estate and supporting other local small organic family winegrape growers.  Our low intervention winemaking is defined by native fermentations, use of minimal sulfites, and bottling our wines unfiltered.  Following organic practices demands a high level of discipline; each step of the process guided by intention.  These low intervention farming and winemaking techniques favor nuance, detail, and finesse in our wines.
Thank you for continuing to be part of the SEAWOLF journey and supporting our commitment to organic farming and low intervention winemaking.


Russian River Valley Zinfandel

2020 SEAWOLF Lady of the Lake Vineyard Zinfandel, 94 points

Concentrated, jammy blackberry and black fig aromas and flavors are especially vivid in this full-bodied, deep and captivating wine. It shows good depth and layering as well as a creamy yet mildly tannic texture that maintains its freshness and charm.



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