While wandering around Arkansas wine shops in my spare time (which feature drive-through windows), I found the 2003 Novella Synergy, which comes from the EOS family of wines. This is a creative blend of 56% Petite Sirah, 39% Zinfandel, 5% Sangiovese from Paso Robles, California. I got it on sale for around $12.
A funny thing about this wine: upon the first sampling, I was hit with aromas of jam and toast with some nutty tones underneath. Basically a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. I'm not putting the wine down, it was just one of the strangest yet most comforting combinations I've ever encountered in a wine. With breathing the jammy character subsided and I was left with a decent but confused wine. Petite Sirah and and Zinfandel are pretty hearty grapes, the kind that don't mind pushing and shoving their way to the front. I don't know that they complement each other that well.