A younger, more primal version of the Carpe Diem 2009 I tasted several months ago. Much more Blueberry and less plums than the older brother. Strong aromas of the berry and a hint of oak came through for me. On the initial attack, the fruit was somewhat sidelined by the young tannins. Almost mouth-puckering, these will have to meld over the next two years for this wine to really shine. It is too young to really appreciate, yet I believe it will fill out, mellow out and really soar to a potential 91 point finish. I bought this bottle for $25, and think it would be a 4 star wine after being cellared for 2+ years. It should last well into 2020.