Elephants on the label. Circus imagery. It might appear on the surface to be a $12 critter wine from Australia. But at twice the price it had better have more than big fruit and easy drinkability. It does. The pachyderms are symbolic of the grapes in this blend, petite sirah and petit verdot, which are anything but petite, flavour-wise. Expect a slow-moving river of thick, sappy, dark-skinned fruit and dark chocolate, and expect to take a nap if you plan to consume more than a glass and a half. This is big, jammy red, well balanced by fresh acidity and dry tannins. $24.99 in B.C.