Baa is worse than the bite. I think this winery is trying too hard. Between its name (“Dead Fly”) and this wine’s label (“Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing”), we get it: they’re edgy. Too bad the wine isn’t great. This is a bit over acidic, and a little flat. Notes of tobacco and chocolate disappear quickly, leaving behind an overtart black cherry note. Pair this with food, as it’s too bracing on its own. Ironically, it paired nice with carnero (mutton).