Pinot Noir is thought to be the most difficult grape to grow and to vinify mostly because thin skin of the grape is easily susceptible to disease and climate variations. However, it is also the most rewarding of the grape varietal because the wine can show the sense of place much better than other kinds of grape varietals. We are excited to pass on huge saving for Capiaux Winery from Sonoma Coast, California. Sean Capiaux is dedicated to creating pinot noir from single vineyards without much intervention in order to showcase where the grapes really come from. The winemaking style is a blend of classic and contemporary, utilizing cutting edge fermentation equipment paired with natural hands on winemaking, our emphasis is on balance. All the wines are naturally fermented, unfined and unfiltered to preserve innate flavors and aromas. Minimal new oak is used, usually 33%.