(2018) From Coombsville and Spring Mountain, two of Napa's coolest appellations with one vineyard at a lofty 1,800 feet. It's a more lush interpretation of Cabernet for sure, perhaps the 65% new oak also adding to the chocolate and mint perfume, A little more eucalypt character, but then the palate offering a smoky, deep pool of black fruit, a supple and long finish focusing to a fine point. Take you choice between this and the Montecillo, different styles but equally good and both ageworthy.