Used Automobile Parts, then:
Spice -- cinnamon -- plum jam
leather -- distinctive cedar-y note --
sharp kick of acidity at end
Very delicious, very California if I may say so. I think it's the cedar that seems to say both "Napa" and "expensive." It could accompany a heavy beef meal, but being of the "very California" style, I think it could also be and is perhaps meant to be a high-powered plum and cinnamon, stand-alone cocktail. Sip appreciatively. Retail, about $60.
Sebastiani and company like to experiment with unusual closures. They close their Hey Mambos and Plungerheads with the Zork, a plastic cap-cork sealed on with a thick plastic tear tab that is very difficult to remove -- with all due respect for innovation, I find the Zork the worst wine closure of all. Thankfully, Used Automobile Parts gets a glass stopper, which for my money is the best wine closure of all. Very sensible. No danger of cork taint, easy to deal with, elegant, unusual, and memorable.