One of the last 2007s to be released, and it's still nowhere near ready to drink. It's astringent and bone dry, but it's also elegant. Complex flavors of blackberries, black currants, green olives, anise and cedar abound. It demonstrates the balance of the 2007 vintage and the ageability of Spring Mountain wines. Cellar this for 8–10 years, and it won't be surprising if this still shows well at the age of 20.