An obvious blend is to match wines from South Australia’s two great warm climate regions, McLaren Vale and the Barossa Valley. Yet I cannot recall an example, and such is the rivalry between them I do not expect any.
The two Lindeman’s multi-district blends from the 1960s Lindemans Nyrang Claret and Lindemans Auburn Burgundy were close though they were generally blends from three or even four districts. Penfolds and Wolf Blass blend wines from many districts but not this blend so my curiosity deepens to explain why not?
Benjamin found it worked well as combining warm climate maritime fruit with intensely flavoured Barossa inland fruit is a natural so I expect many more in the years ahead.