A struggling, natural ferment contributes a lifted, perfumed nose reminiscent of mandarin blossom with a wild element. The palate opens with spice and creamy stone fruits, which are overtaken by minerals and a keen acidity, smoothly interwoven with an oak influence.
– John Schreiner
"Capture appears to have two faces. One that is fresh and mineral upon release but with time in the bottle it builds up more tropical fruit and weight in the mouth."
– Anthony Gismondi