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.
Kings of Prohibition Shiraz is a dark red in colour. An intense yet well balanced palate with flavours of dark berries, chocolate and savoury French oak.
Brand: Kings Of Prohibition
Sub-brand: Lucky Luciano
Bottle material: Glass
Type of wine: Mildly sweet red
Region: Barossa Valley
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.
Dark cherries and plum aromas, integrate with classy oak and a hint of oak spice. The palate is bold and rich, with structured tannin balanced across with characters of chocolate and dark cherries providing a luscious finish.
Enjoy with smoked beef Brisket and crispy fries
The wine is fermented on skins for seven days before pressing. Cap management is via a combination of fermenter types ranging from Potter style tanks to open top concrete Vats. After ferment the wines are matured in a combination of used oak barrels for approximately 6-9 months. The wines are blended, fined and filtered prior to bottling.
Ale/Vol: 14o/oI pH: 3.4 71 TA: 6.11 I Sugar: 13.35g/1I VA 0.33g/L
Delicious drinking now but will cellar well over 3 years.