An evocative wine with legs which, while drinking beautifully now, would benefit from some time and quiet. Has a softness that is lighter and more ethereal than the Oz and California Cab Sauvs, some chocolate covered cherry on the palate, a talcum soft mouth, and finishes with vanilla alongside an astringent swab of alcohol. Up and down and over and about without a clear trajectory.
Interesting, provocative, nuanced.
Price: $33 at Liberty. ($10 cheaper in Saskatchewan. Which is, I might add, also in Canada.)
Market Liquidity: Sudoku in a bottle.