There is a great deal of concentration with all the 2010 Cabernet bottlings. Red-fruited as well as black–fruited, slightly herbal with mouth-watering acidity, this is a very food friendly expression of Cabernet Sauvignon. It relies about as much on acidity for its ‘angles/structure’ as tannin which is rare for local Cabernet Sauvignon these days. While 100% varietal from Scherrer Vineyard, this part of the vineyard speaks more of the region than the specific site, so I ‘only’ label it such. This ages really well too.