So, what is natural wine? Our definition of natural wine is, wine made with nothing added or anything removed during the winemaking process.   Why make natural wine, when you can try and make a wine taste the same every year?  At Sans Wine Co. we feel that the

Dry Farming   In late March 2022, California Governor Gavin Newsome signed an Executive Order related to water wells for agricultural purposes.  This order makes it a little more difficult to drill new wells by requiring examination of the impact on groundwater management, neighboring wells, and proof

The below post was originally released on 5/9/2020, but we felt it was timely to repost in light of the recent SVB state of the industry report.  Not a lot has changed since this post and those in power are still grasping at straws to

“Is there a shelf life for canned wine?” “Do I have to drink this right away or will it last for a while if I leave it in my fridge?” “Does the wine taste bad after it’s been sitting in a can for a long time?” We get

Every year over the last 5 or 6 years the wine writing community has launched a barrage of articles essentially claiming, “This year is . . . the year of canned wine” If you don’t believe me, just check out a few of these articles. 

We often get asked by consumers what the word “carbonic” means, since it’s listed on our Carignan can label. We released our first carbonic red canned wine with our 2017 Poor Ranch ‘Coyote Rock Block’ Carbonic Carignan. It grew a quick following and we’ve been

Natural Wine: We define “Natural Wine” as nothing added and nothing removed during our winemaking process.  We maintain that by minimizing and most often eliminating inputs in our wines we are able to provide more pure expressions of wine grapes, true to a time and place

Welcome to the Sans Wine Co. blog where we will be sharing our thoughts, opinions and experiences in the California wine industry. Jake and I have been wanting to create a blog for quite some time and we felt that there was no better time