The 2008 vintage created a wine with real aging potential. It still tastes youthful, although the tannins have softened and the wine is now drinking extremely well. It is layered and approachable. We suggest buying a couple bottles, drinking one now, and then deciding whether to continue aging the second bottle.
Original tasting note:
This is the real deal.
100% French Oak aged deep and rich Cab Sauv with notes of cassis, cedar, spice, and blackberry. Pair with grass-fed beef, lamb, and mint sauce, or hard cheeses.