"The 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon Limited Edition was sourced from a single vineyard on Mt. Malkia in the Upper Galilee. It comes in at 14.6% alcohol. The price spike here over the Adama Cab is relatively modest, but while I do think this is the best wine, more importantly this is different in style. It clearly has the most finesse and the most tannic pop on the finish as between the two Cabs. Elegant in the mid-palate, it seems like a very classic Old World Cabernet in many respects. It improves the most with aeration, too. It will age the best of Tabor’s submissions this issue in all likelihood, and it has the best chance at developing complexity, too. Overall, it is ultimately a pretty decent value and well worth the modest price spike, even if that is not as obvious on first taste."