The unique terroir of Diamond Mountain, with its variety of soil and exposure conditions, give a wonderful complexity and richness to this Bordeaux-varietal blend. A soft and creamy vanilla note follows the complex aromas of deep-forest earth and fresh-baked herb bread. The taste is full-sized and round, with loads of flavor and structure. This wine is not for the faint of heart. Ebullient and exciting now; best between 2001-2007, or longer.