Everything’s Coming Up Ty Caton
Pfft. Some people are strutting around out there like they’re all
cool and stuff, because they discovered this hot new winemaker named Ty
Caton. Ha! Wine.wooters got hip to the Caton jive way back in January
2007. That was before the Ty Caton 2004 TyTanium won the
ultra-distinguished Double Gold, Best of Class at the 2008 San
Francisco Chronicle Wine competition. That was before his
Sonoma Valley estate vineyard’s multiple sun exposures, soil types, and
varied altitudes made the critics sing hosannas. That was before his
wines were featured in some of the swankest eateries on the Left Coast.
We knew Ty Caton before it was cool to know Ty Caton.
reminds us of another thing we like about him: he doesn’t forget his
friends. Here he is again with the kind of deal you won’t find for Ty
Caton Wines anywhere else. It’s like Lance Armstrong pedalling along in
the Mother’s Day Fun Ride, or Bob Dylan turning up for open mike night
at your neighborhood coffeehouse. Please, ladies and gentlemen, no
Here’s what you get for being in Ty’s corner
when it was a lot less crowded than it is today: three bottles of Ty Caton 2003 Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley, a
velvety, full-palate helping of fruit flavors, vanilla, and toasty oak. All that Ty asks of you in
return is your continued support (and, of course, the price listed
Of course, it doesn’t hurt if you stop by the Ty
Caton tasting room in Kenwood, CA and tell ‘em Wine.Woot sent you. All
the cool kids are doing it these days.
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