19 Crimes

Victoria Red Blend

8.81438 ratings
8.69 pro ratings
Victoria, Australia
Red Blend
Top Notes For
Tobin Trevarthen

Big Jam Bomb. Petit Syrah popped through.

Big Jam Bomb. Petit Syrah popped through.

Jul 27th, 2017
James Rambin

pairs well with pork chops and the scooby-doo film

pairs well with pork chops and the scooby-doo film

13 people found it helpfulJul 21st, 2016
Carl Von Hassel

Nice, full bodied. Cherry and pomegranate. Will definitely buy again.

Nice, full bodied. Cherry and pomegranate. Will definitely buy again.

7 people found it helpfulJul 26th, 2014
Beth Owen

Very easy to drink. I liked it!

Very easy to drink. I liked it!

5 people found it helpfulSep 15th, 2016
Kimberly Drake Rebchook

Wonderful! Smooth delicate blend of berry flavors. Very cool story about why it's called 19 crimes. There were 19 crimes that could get you transported to Australia as a prisoner in the late 1700s. Banish me to Australia if I get to drink wine like this!

Wonderful! Smooth delicate blend of berry flavors. Very cool story about why it's called 19 crimes. There were 19 crimes that could get you transported to Australia as a prisoner in the late 1700s. Banish me to Australia if I get to drink wine like this!

5 people found it helpfulNov 19th, 2015
Steve Oneal

Good with red meat

Good with red meat

5 people found it helpfulMay 9th, 2015
Sipping Fine Wine

Upon conviction British rogues guilty of at least 1 of 19 Crimes were sentenced to live in Australia, rather than death. This punishment by ‘transportation’ began in 1788, & many of the lawless died at sea. Blend of Shiraz, Grenache & Mataro. Label story: John Boyle O’Reilly was an Irish born poet who was arrested for mutiny in 1866. Sentenced to 20 years. Intense aromas, palate ripe berry fruits with underlying sweetness. Full tannins, medium, ending with cacao and oaky notes. Ok, for price. Tasting Sample

Upon conviction British rogues guilty of at least 1 of 19 Crimes were sentenced to live in Australia, rather than death. This punishment by ‘transportation’ began in 1788, & many of the lawless died at sea. Blend of Shiraz, Grenache & Mataro. Label story: John Boyle O’Reilly was an Irish born poet who was arrested for mutiny in 1866. Sentenced to 20 years. Intense aromas, palate ripe berry fruits with underlying sweetness. Full tannins, medium, ending with cacao and oaky notes. Ok, for price. Tasting Sample

4 people found it helpfulNov 19th, 2018
Sharon B

My 4th Halloween wine is just absolutely delicious! Full bodied wine with a smooth taste that lingers in your mouth. This is the story on the back: 19 crimes turned criminals into colonists. Upon conviction, British rogues, guilty of at least one of the 19 crimes, were sentenced to live in Australia, rather than death. This punishment by "transportation" began in 1788, and many of the lawless died at sea. For the rough-hewn prisoners who made it to the shore, a new world awaited. This wine celebrates the rules they broke and the culture they built.

My 4th Halloween wine is just absolutely delicious! Full bodied wine with a smooth taste that lingers in your mouth. This is the story on the back: 19 crimes turned criminals into colonists. Upon conviction, British rogues, guilty of at least one of the 19 crimes, were sentenced to live in Australia, rather than death. This punishment by "transportation" began in 1788, and many of the lawless died at sea. For the rough-hewn prisoners who made it to the shore, a new world awaited. This wine celebrates the rules they broke and the culture they built.

3 people found it helpfulOct 25th, 2015
Olga Kosheva

So much flavor. Not overwhelming.

So much flavor. Not overwhelming.

2 people found it helpfulMar 15th, 2016
Paul Soprano

Very fruity, yet dry. Delicious with my baked ziti.

Very fruity, yet dry. Delicious with my baked ziti.

2 people found it helpfulDec 24th, 2015