The 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon Estate Caravina is fabulous. Smoke, incense and dark red berries and smoke are some of the many nuances that take shape in the glass. This is an unusually complex second wine loaded with class and personality. I can’t think of too many wines that deliver this much sheer character for the money. Firm tannins frame the muscular finish. Ideally the 2010 needs another few years to settle down, but it is pretty special, even today. Readers who want to understand the essence of the 2010 vintage without spending a fortune will want to check out this gorgeous Cabernet. Anticipated maturity: 2015-2025+. Seavey flies a little under the radar, but savvy, price-conscious readers will want to pay attention to these Cabernets, which remain some of the most distinctive in Napa Valley. The estate’s Cabernet Sauvignon typically sees 18 months in French oak (50% new) and includes a dollop of Petit Verdot.