From the great era of the roaring twenties, prohibition gave rise to the infamous ‘Kings of Prohibition’. During this dry period myths were born and the stories of bootleggers; such as Al Capone became infamous and set the path for wine distribution around the world.
Strawberry leaf, blood plum, boysenberry & cherry notes with oregano and vanilla oak aromas. On the palate notes of dark chocolate appear with a full bodied and rich, yet subtle finish.
Brand: Kings Of Prohibition
Sub-brand: Al Capone
Bottle material: Glass
Type of wine: Mildly sweet red
Region: South Eastern Australia
Varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz
Manufacturer: Calabria Family Wines
Address: 1283 Brayne Rd, Griffith NSW 2680 Australia
Importer & distributor: Viet Nang Company Limited
Address: Level 3, VinaTea Building, Tang Bat Ho Street, Pham Dinh Ho Ward, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Storage: Avoid heat and direct sunlight. Store opened bottles in refridgerator at the average temperature of 2 to 8 degrees Celcius.
Vibrant hue with dense red core in colour. Strawberry leaf, blood plum, boysenberry & cherry notes with oregano and vanilla oak aromas. On the palate notes of dark chocolate appear with a full bodied and rich, yet subtle finish. The tannins are grippy, yet ripe and pleasing to drink balanced with the dark core of sweet fruit.
Enjoy this drop with your favourite pizza and slow cooked brisket.
The fruit for this wine was machine harvested and fermented on skins for 7 days. After pressing, the wine is matured in a combination of oak planks and old barrels, some of these being ex-whiskey barrels. The wine is lightly fined and filtered before bottling.
Alc/Vol: 14.0% | pH: 3.4 | TA: 6.28g/L
Sugar: 10g/l | VA 0.19 g/L | SD Free 42 mg/L | SD Total 109 mg/L
Delicious drinking now but will also cellar well over 3 years.