There is an ornithological phenomenon in the Adelaida hills whereby birds, woozy after feasting on fermented berries of the native flora, flit about in manic delight over the land's natural effervescence. This wine, similarly, demonstrates the landscape's not-so-subtle effects on one's sensory capacities. a bouquet of unctuous earthiness gives way to delightful notes of chocolate covered cherries, followed by deeper whiffs of plum, cinnamon, Middle Eastern spices and potpourri. Pick your lab of luxury: a sumptuous mud bath or a ride on the fine grain leather of a lamborghini. Oh if men could fly-or if birds could drive? So, what's in it? Syrah, Grenache, Mourvedre, and Counoise.