This continues to be the best value in the Bevan catalog. Perhaps a little behind the single vineyard wines in quality. Perhaps not. It is expensive but half the price of those. Purple in color, opaque and bright. The nose is great with cassis, cedar, baking spices and slight dark chocolate. Full bodied. Firm tannins. This is obviously young, so decant for a few hours if drinking now. On the palate, it is lush with loads of cassis, some chocolate and spices. Deep. Long finish. Delicious. This is probably better on its own right now, but that will change as it ages. Drink over the next fifteen to twenty years.