Capiaux Cellars And O’Shaugnessey Estate Wine Maker In Dallas

wineby Andrew Chalk

The following wine tasting features a top Sonoma and Central Coast California winemaker introducing his wines in person. It comes Crave Recommended.

Our press release machine, powered entirely by turnips that appreciate post-Impressionism, announces:

The Wine Poste is excited and delighted to be hosting Sean Capiaux, Proprietor and Winemaker for Capiaux Cellars Pinot Noir and Winemaker of the Cult Favorite O’Shaughnessey Estate Winery who will be here leading a wine tasting next Tuesday from 7-9pm.  Cost is $10 and we will be featuring his delicious Pinot Noirs listed below:   

Wines in the tasting:

2009 Freestone Hill Vineyard, Russian River Valley (198 cases produced) – $42.99

2010 Gary’s Vineyard, Santa Lucia Highlands ( ? cases produced) – $44.99

2011 Gary’s Vineyard, Santa Lucia Highlands (242 cases produced)  – $44.99

2011 Widdoes Vineyard, Russian River Valley (395 cases produced) – $42.99

2011 Pisoni Vineyard, Santa Lucia Highlands (242 cases produced)  – 54.99

2011 Gaps Crown Vineyard, Sonoma Coast ( ? cases produced) – $49.99

Info on Capiaux & Projects here and here.

Tuesday 8/6/13:  7-9pm. $10. The tasting is open to the Public and please rsvp to:  james@wineposte.com

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