Black Hills Estate is from Oliver and they made Nota Bene 2014. Black Hills Estate Nota Bene 2014 has a rich, medium-bodied palate, and can age for more than a decade.
Nota Bene by Black Hills Estate is an exquisite blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (52%), Merlot (33%), and Cabernet Franc (15%). Named for the Latin ‘take note or well noted’, this Bordeaux-inspired blend is notable for its inviting aromas and flavours, which include raspberry, plum, leather, mushroom and earthy elements. The palate is smooth and medium-bodied, with rich flavours that speak to this generous vintage’s elegance. The 17th edition of Black Hill’s flagship wine, Nota Bene can be aged up to 12 years; but it’s open and accessible now, for pairing with lamb, elk and ratatouille.