The full-bodied Australian wine “19 Crimes” pays tribute to British criminals who were punished by transportation.
The name 19 Crimes comes from a list of 19 violations that, in the 18th-century Britain, would get someone banished from Britain and shipped to what is now Australia.
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The wine labels feature black and white mug shots of real-life convicts who were handed a sentence in the 18th-century.
The wine celebrates the rules they broke and the culture they built (see below for a list of the 19 crimes).
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19 Crimes 2014
19 Crimes Shiraz Durif 2014
19 Crimes Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
South Australia, Australia
This post is sponsored by 19 Crimes Winery (of their own free will).