This wine has inviting aromas of black olive and savory, dark fruits. Considerable structure and integrated tannins add a light chalkiness to the palate. Flavors of black currant, Bing cherry and juicy plum last from start to finish, and hints of tea and cocoa support the wine's mid-palate.
"This is the first, and least expensive, of the winery’s 2010 Cabs. For $20, you get a dry, smooth, opulent wine, filled with classic black currant, tea and oak flavors.