In Israel this is considered another fine wine, a little overpriced.
The gimmick is that the wine is stored in a real natural cave. The winery has also produced a 10 years brandy (named XO) under the Cave label.
In Rogov's opinion, this wine belongs to the "too much wood" category thus the score range of 87-89.
I attended a vertical tasting as part of the 2004 vintage release and I could say IMHO that the wine will cellar for few more years and the following may fade in time:
with the wood and tannins rising on the finish at this stage