Bryant is one of the classic Napa Cabs. The wines generally take years to develop but this one seems to be about as good as it will get. Of course, time will tell. Inky purple in color, ruby at the rim. The nose has cassis, some celery, and a slight floral note. On the palate, the green/celery note is gone and there is plenty of bright cherry fruit. Good balance. Nice finish. This is an excellent wine but knowing how good this wine can be in better vintages, this wine does not reach those heights. Still, it worked well with a Roasted Eggplant dish and would work with roasted meats as well.