Nero d'Avola and cabernet in an unholy alliance here. The resulting wine is mellow, peppery spicy, soft, dark fruited, spiked with earthy, herbal characters and generally just darn wonderfully drinkable. It's a strong vibe of Central Victoria's muscle but freshness, lush fruit character and distinct spice. If that's too much babble, just know this rates high on the drinkability scale and should please everyone. Can go a chill too.