Opaque purple to the edge, with luscious aromas of blackberry and blackcurrant, laced with violets. The attack is big, rich and dense, packed with black fruit preserves, loaded with creme-de-cassis. Velour-like in texture, the supple, slightly dusty, Stags Leap tannins bracket all the 2009 opulence, arguing for a 6-10 year stay in a cool cellar. How many under-$30 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignons have garnered 101 five-star reviews from WineAccess buyers? Just this one. (Check the histogram to the right!) $60 on release. Just $24.99 this morning for the last 20 cases -- for what many believe to be the greatest Napa Valley bargain in recent WineAccess history.