Whilst blending was once seen by some as the poorer by-product of winemaking, it's now used to create wines which are greater than the sum of all parts. The Pawn El Desperado Red Blend 2016 is a fine example of this principal. This wine is blended shiraz from two regions which border eachother, yet with distinct regional attributes. The Hills fruit brings lifted raspberry, cola and pomegranate, with a bright balanced acidity on the palate. The Creek fruit infuses a generous earthiness with riple plum and blackcurrants with soft, long tannis. Taking the finest characteristics of each, El Desperado Shiraz is a medium bodied wine that is a mouth filling textural flavour bomb.
The average price per bottle is only available in a case of 12.