This is part of the new lineup of Penfold's wines that are from other than Australia. This one is from Napa. I believe it is supposed to be a Napa version of their Bin 407 from Australia. Purple in color, opaque and bright. The nose is nice with cassis and an interesting scent that I have notice rarely in other wines that can best be described as the fat off a fresh corned beef sandwich at a Jewish delicatessen. There is also a bit of baking spices. Medium to full bodied. Light tannins. On the palate, this is ripe fruit with a lot of cassis. Some underlying char/smoke. Nice finish. This is drinking well now and it doesn't seem like it will get better. It will make great drinking over the next five to seven years. Probably better on its own that with food, but perhaps some spicy rib or wings off the grill would work well.