Fully mature, with lovely notes of cedar and earth, a hint of eucalyptus. Nicely resolved, still with nice sweetness of fruit, and the tannin has resolved. From an underrated vintage. 1984 was one that had a heat spike at harvest and the whole valley was frantically bringing in grapes at the same time. There were some over-ripe jammy wines made, but Trefethen was always about balance, even way back then, and their Cabernet was always elegant, not a big hulking monster. Now, it's drinking beautifully.