St. Supery 1999 Limited Edition Rutherford. Period.
To prove that we drink wines other than Sangiovese here's the evidence from last night's cellar selection, served with rare ribeyes and grilled mushrooms. There's a story behind this unique label, as it represents one of many blending debates won by winemaker Michael Scholz. We had a Limited Edition Rutherford Cabernet label ready for this wine, but Scholzie was unwilling to add 2% more to the blend to make it a legal (75% minimum) Cabernet. This label, created just for the 1999 Rutherford not-quite-Cabernet, has never been used again. Scholzie must have been right, because the wine is still delicious -- rich and chocolately, with fine tannins and lush fruit.