To be honest, I liked the 2000 Yarden CS more than any of the later vintages, when I managed to taste them side by side.
The 2003 is not bad at all but it still has to show more than it does now, and I believe the 2000 showed better at the same age, definitely more balanced.
2001 is good, but a short runner to my taste, 2002 is ..., well, 2002, and 2004 I thought lacks the quality of 2000 and 2003.
One more thing - I believe the drinking window is wider than till 2011, since the wine has so much fruit and still very balanced. I hope, Rogov, when you next taste it you will be able to check that.