Ty Caton, along with Audelssa, are my two favorite small producers in Sonoma Valley. Audelssa was written up last June "A new find in Sonoma Valley."
Ty Caton's wines are maybe a bit expensive running mostly in the $30's and $40's but are very nice wines. They are a fruit-forward style but very well balanced with varietal character showing through. (I often find fruit-forward wines to be lacking varietal character and/or hot).
Most wines are estate grown on his property and are all small production--maybe 300 cases of each wine on average. The basic red blend at about $30 is a favorite. My top pick this time is the Ballfield Syrah at around $40. The alcohol level on the Syrah is high but it doesn't show. It's got a nice spiciness to it that I like on Syrahs.
A short description I would use for Ty Caton's wines would be "rich and supple."