Looking for a truly one-of-a-kind rosé? This is it. Planted over 50 years ago in Alexander Valley's historic Field Stone Vineyard, only three rows of Sangiovese remain and 100% of it goes right to this now legendary wine. Thanks to fermenting in cold stainless steel, this dry, pale pink rosé retains its freshness and acidity while offering up tons of aromatics, rose petal and melon with hints of strawberry and wild cherry.
Established in 2008, Captûre is inspired by California's frontier spirit while staying true to time-honored French winemaking traditions. With origins rooted in the far reaches of the Mayacamas Mountains, Captûre seeks out remote, high elevation vineyards within Pine Mountain-Cloverdale Peak, Alexander Valley, Sonoma County and Lake County—appellations at the untamed edges of mainstream winegrowing, where wildlife is more prevalent than people.