We were the first to take a significant position with Hundred Acre beginning with their debut 2000 vintage when I was with Dean & DeLuca and since then, we have had the opportunity to enjoy and share every release. Deep Time began in the 2001 vintage as an experimental cuvée exclusively for the mailing list. Vintner Jayson Woodbridge produces a few barrels of this special Cabernet each vintage. It ages for 48 months in barrel and offers more concentration than the regular vineyard designate cuvées. It is extremely rare for a wine to be aged this long without resulting in over-oaked wine, but they have managed to do just that. The 2015 Deep Time comes from all his vineyard sites - Ark, Kayli Morgan and Few & Far Between. It is multi-layered, powerful, and seamless with the signature notes that Hundred Acre has become known for - blackberry, crème de cassis, cedar notes and graphite from the initial aromas to the long lasting finish.