Ty Caton Tytanium

Ty Caton Tytanium

A powerful and brooding wine which exhibits aromas of black cherry, licorice and bittersweet chocolate. Upon entry it has a sweet fruit entry with great concentration and depth of flavor, firm tannins, and an exceptional long finish.

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Country: United States
State: California
Region: Sonoma Valley

Winery/Brewery Info

Ty Caton Vineyards is dedicated to creating wines of distinction with an authentic sense of place. Our commitment to excellence begins in the Caton Vineyard, where Winemaker Ty Caton sustainably farms all of the grapes used in our Sonoma Valley wine. As one of the few exclusively estate producers in Sonoma Valley, California, Ty personally works with the grapes from soil to glass. He handcrafts his wines in small lots with an acute awareness of the land that enables him to make wines that truly showcase the vineyards. Ty Caton Vineyards is forging a new definition of quality in winemaking and Actively Seeking Excellence.
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2015 SF Chronicle Wine Competition
RESULTS ARE IN!

(The largest wine competition in the world for American wines.)
BEST OF CLASS – 2012 Ballfield Syrah

BEST OF CLASS – 2012 Entycement

DOUBLE GOLD – 2012 Tytanium

GOLD MEDAL – 2012 Merlot

SILVER MEDAL – 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon

BRONZE MEDAL – 2012 Petite Sirah

2014 SF Chronicle Wine Competition
RESULTS ARE IN!

(The largest wine competition in the world for American wines.)
BEST OF CLASS – 2011 Tytanium

DOUBLE GOLD – 2011 Ty’s Red

Quarterly Review of Wines

Quarterly Review of Wines honors Tytanium
as one of the Top Five California Red Blends
of the year in their Best of the Best Issue.
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