The 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon Estate Cuvee covers every inch of the palate with layers of dark, mineral-infused fruit, crushed rocks, violets and tar. The 2010 doesn't have any of the early accessibility or pure sensuality of the 2009, instead it is a big, structured wine that calls for cellaring. I don't see the 2010 giving much pleasure before age ten. Readers who can wait will be rewarded with a spectacular Cabernet Sauvignon.
98 points - Antonio Galloni December 2012
||Yountville (Napa Valley), CA
||20 months 93% French(85%new) 7% new Hungarian oak
||100% Cabernet Sauvignon – (Clone 337 and Clone 191)