For the price, you get a Cabernet that shows some pretty good Napa character. It’s ripe and forward with black currants with tough tannins and a hit of sweet oak. Lots going on, and could even age for a few years. If you drink it now, give it a couple hours of airing.
Too oaky, with vanilla and caramel aromas and flavors the main thing, and fruit only secondary. If you try hard you’ll find blackberries and kirsch. On the plus side, the wine is fully dry, with lovely Napa tannins.