For all that it sometimes feels like cheating I'm generally very happy to have subscribed to the Wall Street Journal's wine club. A recent case brought us a random gem, the 2009 Dark Corner Durif from Sam Trimboli. It's a nice, big red, with far more complexity than you'd expect from a relatively young wine.
I liked it enough that I looked into acquiring a case. Strangely, I haven't been able to find much information on the wine, much less turn up some place where you can actually buy it. A Google search turns up a bunch of wine rating sites referencing the 2009 (and 2008 and 2007) vintage which indicate that its currently unavailable.
So, digging further... the bottle states that Dark Corner is produced by Warburn Estate Pty Ltd., a search for which takes you immediately to the "our wines" page for Warburn Estate Winery. Great, except there's no mention of Dark Corner anywhere. Looking for information about Sam Trimboli doesn't get you much either. I was able to turn up a page at Laithwaites indicating that the gentleman exists (and that his car's license plate says "DURIF") but Dark Corner isn't listed among the wines associated with Mr. Trimboli.
The bottle says that Dark Corner is imported by Lionstone International, but that seems to be a dead end as well. My only conjecture at this point, based on some of the verbiage on their site, is that they might be the exclusive distributed for Dark Corner, which might explain why it doesn't show up elsewhere.