Sans Wine CoMy guest is Jake Stover of Sans Winery, were talking well made wines in a 12oz can.

Founders, Jake Stover and Gina Schober, met in 2013 and started Sans Wine Co. in late 2015. Their preference for fresh, vibrant and approachable “wines of place” paved the way for what is now Sans Wine Co. The philosophy behind Sans Wine Co. is sourcing premium wine grapes from organically farmed vineyards and environmentally conscience growers in order to craft natural wines.
Jake Stover, originally from Kansas and University of Kansas alum, on the  advice of his older brother, postponed applying to law school in order to intern at a Napa winery for the 2008 harvest. The internship turned in to a full time position with Failla Wines, where Jake worked for 4 years in the vineyards, cellar and in wine sales. In 2012, Jake took a short stint with Aaron Pott of Seven Stones and then shifted his focus to the farming side of wine growing, where he worked for a local vineyard management company as Viticulturist. He started his own farming company in 2014, Stover Vineyard Management, which specializes in “beyond organic” wine growing, with an emphasis on no pesticide use in the vineyard.

Sans Sauvignon Blanc, Rosé of Carignan and Cabernet – 
Not yet available in Kansas but can be ordered on line  HERE!
A wine you can get here in Kansas…at Jacob Liquor Exchange on North Rock Road
Good Life Guy’s Wines of The Week
2016 Matanzas Creek Sauvignon Blanc, Alexander Valley

Exuberant and juicy, the primary aromas and flavors are pink grapefruit, honeydew melon and Meyer lemon, with a hint of thyme in the background. This wine has a broad mouth feel and cascading acidity.
Wine Enthusiast
“This well-made wine is fermented in both stainless steel and neutral French oak. Aromas of freshly cut grass and honeysuckle dominate on the nose, while flavors of fig and lemon peel come into play on the racy palate.”  WE90
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