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1950 Rt. 23 N Wayne, NJ 07470 (973) 872-2332

19 Crimes - Cabernet Sauvignon (750ml)

 

Price: $12.99

Sale Price: $9.99

Quantity in Stock: 99+ bottles
Producer 19 Crimes
Country Australia
Varietal Cabernet Sauvignon
Sku 65253
Size 750ml

19 Crimes wine takes its name from a list of 19 crimes drawn up to address the problem of overrun jails in 18th century England. Upon conviction, British rogues guilty of those crimes were sentenced to Australia – ‘punishment by transportation’ – rather than death. This premium Australian wine celebrates the pioneering spirit of these ‘bad seeds’ and the wine they inspired borne out of a second chance. 19 Crimes wine is created by one of Australia’s most prestigious and heritage rich wineries. Winemaker for 19 Crimes, Paul Dahlenburg, takes his inspiration from traditional techniques where wine was made without electricity, just careful tendering and a simple touch. Big, bold reds come out this part of Victoria. Just like the spirit of our pioneers, many of whom were convicts – 19 Crimes celebrates those men and makes them legends.

19 Crimes Description

Bright red to crimson hues, this wine confidently takes charge with intense lifted vanilla aromatics balanced with red currants, violets, and mulberry fruits. Firm and full on the palate with a subtle sweetness giving a rich mouth feel. The vanilla aromatics carry through on the palate and compliment subtle flavors of red currants, dark cherries, and chocolate. The palate is filled with dark berry fruit and the soft tannins provide a lingering finish.

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