Indeed - this was one of the first Gen 8 wines and that was how they made it, they took the Chalk Hill grapes and aged it longer - and of course doubled the price. Since then they have sourced the grapes from To Kalon and other places, making the price a bit more legitimate - if you are so disposed to such things...
Here is rogov's note:
Made entirely from Cabernet Sauvignon grapes from Napa and the Chalk Hill's Warnecke vineyard, oak aged for 23 months in French oak. Showing spicy and toasty oak notes, softly mouth-coating tannins and opening to reveal a fine array of blackberry, currant and red plums, those supported nicely by hints of espresso coffee and vanilla. Long and generous. Drink now-2012. Daniel Rogov Score 91