Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Uncorked: 19 Crimes

I'm a big 19 Crimes wine fan.  It is affordable and delicious.  The Banished is extra juicy.  Have you tried it?
Check out 19 Crimes’ newly-launched Augmented Reality App. 19 Crimes’ AR app.  This is the first ever from a wine brand, celebrating the convicts-turned-colonists depicted on the mugshots on its bottle labels, giving them a voice to tell their own stories. After downloading from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store, simply open the app and hover a phone over one of the three featured bottle labels, Red Blend, The Banished and the newly available Hard Chard, and the convict will come to life, sharing the personal tale of mischief that landed them on a ship to a penal colony in Australia.

19 Crimes Hard Chard 2016: New to market this fall, 19 Crimes’ first white wine also depicts the brand’s first female convict, Jane Castings. Bold and strong in character, this deep, rich and golden Chardonnay is filled with stone fruit aromas and a textured palate.

19 Crimes Red Wine 2015 (SRP $12): This bold red blend offers vanilla aromas balanced by with riper red to dark berry fruits that rise in def­iance from the glass. Vanilla aromatics carry through on the palate and complement subtle favors of chocolate and a cedary spice. The palate finishes soft, fruity, and so fresh, it should be a crime.

19 Crimes The Banished 2016 (SRP $11.99): The Shiraz-dominant blend presents dark red shrouded by purple hues. A nose of blackberry and plum is balanced by notes of dark chocolate, vanilla, clove and cinnamon making this full, plush wine a perfect choice for fall.

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