When you think of Cabernet Sauvignon you probably think full bodied, ageability and on the tannic side (especially when young). Well, with this 2004 version, Stonechurch has made a light to medium-bodied version (probably due to the growing condition of that year in Ontario). Starting with the nose there’s red pepper, white pepper and black currants. The white pepper continues through on the palate with sweet black cherries and a dry, medium-lengthed finish. It’s easy going and ready to drink right now. And, as an added bonus, will soon be featured in the Vintages section of the LCBO.