The killer bees buzz about: blackberry, boysenberry, blueberry, BBQ. This Zin is as untamed as the cattle-rustling ghosts of the Adelaida hills, where the wine's vines have thrived in near-rustic wildness. The hills have scents, too, and so does the wine, with inviting herbal notes of sage, thyme, licorice, and clove. Firm, chap-slapping tannins ensure that this little doggie won't settle for just a basic tri-tip, but perhaps a grease-soaked beef rib or two (or three). Ideal for the roughnecks, however, the ladies of Adelaide would rather indulge with a fine piece of cocoa-infused chocolate. Either way, dusty and dreamy indulgence is in order.