When you take a look at Mr.Black's Concoction, you think it would have been perfectly at home in the wild wild west.
Well this 'medicine' is actually a delicious wine brought to us by Small Gully, a winery from the Barossa Valley in South Australia.
If it was from California, it would be called a Rhone Ranger with its blend of Grenache (39%), Shiraz (38%) and Mourvedre (23%).
This GSM (2003 vintage) combines good fruit with a little spice.
Also from down under: Matariki Quintology (2001), my kiwi red wine pick for Wine Blogging Wednesdays Number 17