Heitz Cellars is one of the more iconic wineries in Napa. While they made their name from the single bottling of Martha's Vineyard, the regular Cabernet is very nice as well. It also ages quite well. At age 13, this one is drinking quite well. Purple in color, ruby at the rim; this is bright and mostly opaque. The nose has cassis, cedar, slight sandalwood, and a bit of cherries. On the palate, there are more black cherries but the cassis is still there too. This is clean. Some level of depth. Tannins seem fully resolved but not past prime. Good finish. This probably should be consumed in the next few years, but it will still drink well, if past peak for five to ten more. It will go well with roasts and worked well with middle eastern foods.