98 points Wine Advocate
The 2007 Pluribus (the highest elevation vineyard of all these parcels) exhibits tell-tale Spring Mountain characteristics of acacia (or is it violets?) flowers interwoven with blueberry liqueur, black raspberries, cassis and crushed rocks. (RP) 98+ (12/2010)
97 points Wine Spectator
Wonderful aromatics lead to a rich, layered mix of spicy currant, blackberry, wild berry and currant flavors that are full-bodied, intense, dense and concentrated, slow to reveal pleasing earth, black licorice, graphite and roasted herb. The tannins give the flavors great traction. (JL) (10/2010)
93 points James Suckling
This is tannic but has some fruit under it all. Reminds me of a Mayacamas from the 1970s. Very powerful and rich wine. It tastes like it was made from rocks. Let’s wait and see where this goes. But I am fascinated. (2/2011)
93 points Wine & Spirits
Closed off behind a barrier of new oak, this wine shows glimmers of red fruit and a cool, zesty green herb note to balance its formidable richness. The tension in the structure opens into explosive flavors with air, the tannins still coating the mouth with their weight. A sophisticated Cabernet from a vineyard on Spring Mountain, this will need several years to absorb its oak and show itself more completely. (12/2010)
This bottle size is incredibly rare for this wine.
Stored on its side in a climate controlled cellar since purchase.
Please note: The bottle shown is the exact bottle being sold.