Take Bonvedro from the Riverlands, add Cabernet Sauvignon from the Adelaide hills and you can make red wine. Samuel J Smith used these grapes, added sour cherries, sage and cherrywood smoke to create the Final Chapter of his life story pre-wine (The Ballad of the Broken Boy, and Beyond) through the medium of wine. Rapture on the lonely shore/Heroin be the death of me is a wild, vibrant journey. You start out chilling in a pool of tangy red fruits that disperse, making way for a blackcurrant vs herbs water fight. Next you’re floating out on a wooden canoe, a mixture of smoke and clouds carrying you towards a darkened room. The room is lit by a salt lamp and the fireplace, where chestnuts are being roasted. A little bitterness from the nuts skins gives you a dry, slightly salty finish to the experience.