STORY: Actually, rap, sex, weed or rampage at the airport are just as little part of the 19 crimes as taking part in charity events or a private passion for wine. Nevertheless, 19 Crimes have joined forces with the US rapper Snoop Dogg and present their first Californian red wine with Snoop Cali Red.
FINISHING: Dark berry fruit complements slightly candied notes of red fruit.
AROMA: Juicy, dense and full-bodied on the palate, with the warm toasted notes of the oak and a hint of sweetness in the finale.
RATING: Complex bouquet of dark fruits, vanilla, spices like cinnamon and dark chocolate.
SERVING RECOMMENDATION: With lamb chops, juicy burgers with braised onions, stuffed aubergines, vegetable onions and peppers (red or yellow), with chili con carne, pasta all arrabiata or Snoop Dogg's fried bologna sandwiches (a kind of club sandwich with Lyon sausage).
Actually, rap, sex, weed or rampage at the airport are just as little part of the 19 crimes as taking part in benefit events or a private passion for wine. Nevertheless, 19 Crimes have joined forces with the US rapper Snoop Dogg and present their first Californian red wine with Snoop Cali Red. Good this way. The Doggfather totally deserves his 19 Crimes label. Uncompromisingly self-confident, innovative, provocative, from gangsta to gospel, the entertainment icon embodies all the necessary qualities. Snoop Cali Red brings it into the glass with full power. 19 crimes turned British criminals into Australian settlers in the 18th century. For these 19 offenses, instead of the death penalty, the convicts were to be sent to Australia, which was a British colony at the time. Not all of them survived the long, exhausting sea voyage in the hold of the ships and the supposed mercy cost many prisoners their lives in the end. But those who reached the shore alive found themselves in a new world. About a fifth of the exiles were women. Our wines commemorate them and all British colony convicts, the rules and laws they broke in the old world and the culture they brought to the new world. All portraits on the 19 Crimes bottle labels show real people of the time, criminals and scholars who were punished with exile and taken to Australia. Many would have broken from the severity of the punishment. not you. Let's drink to that! Only those who have stood behind bars themselves, who have heard the devil's laughter and the horrifying sound of despair, can imagine the horrors in the hold of a prison ship. -John Boyle O'Reilly
|19 Crimes Winery 555 Gateway Drive 94558 Napa USA
|14.0 percent by volume
|Country of origin:
|Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot Shiraz
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