This wine is all about time. Spending twelve months in vats to stabilize, followed by three years in oak, and another three years in bottle before going to market. This 2013 vintage has accrued an additional thirty months in bottle since release. This wine has spent a long time getting ready for your enjoyment, and I recommend taking your time when drinking it. The tannins have softened nicely and make for an enjoyable drinking experience with great oak depth showing vanilla and cigar box, alongside black plum and raisin. Pair this one with braised game meat or lamb sirloin.