Syrah in color, it suggests a dense and concentrated wine and indeed that is the case. The nose is more floral and less pronounced at this early stage. The depth is surprising, finishing with great length and oak is well integrated with notes of mocha and spice at the core. Once again, a serious bargain.
93 points, Bob Sprentall, B-21 Proprietor (Dec 2020)
This approachable and delicious Cabernet Sauvignon is a generous Bordeaux blend, with soft and silky tannins and a plush, full mouth-feel. Although this wine is built to age and develop further complexity, the generous and juicy upfront fruit makes it extremely enjoyable in its youth. Aromas of dried herbs, lavender, fresh boysenberry and lanolin join flavors of dark fruit led by figs, black cherry, and currants. The pronounced oak spice notes work well with the more traditional Knights Valley tones of black olive, wild sage and mocha. The wine is well-balanced with good acidity, structured tannins and a superbly elegant finish.