I do the same. It's typically a well made wine, made in a traditional Bordeaux style, vs the over ripe, over oaked style that is currently in vogue. It actually tastes like a Cabernet/Merlot/Cab Franc based wine. It also ages well. If it were $100 I'd probably buy it occasionally, but it's too expensive for what it is. Happy to drink it if someone else is buying.