(2009) There's a leafiness on the nose of the wine that is typical of lighter, less ripe styles of Cabernet, with a herbal and olive notes to cherry fruit. On the palate it is medium-bodied and fresh, with a nice, sweet layering of cherry and blackcurrant fruit, and again that slightly mossy, herbal quality. The tannins are actually quite fine and it stays fresh and juicy thanks to good acidity. A pleasant food-friendly Cabernet with its modest 12.0% alcohol, though undoubtedly a touch on the herbal side of the spectrum.