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19 Crimes launches ‘stout-style’ Syrah blend for St. Patrick’s Day

Treasury Wine Estates-owned 19 Crimes has announced the launch of a limited edition “stout-style” Syrah blend wine for St. Patrick’s Day on 17 March.

19 Crimes 'stout-style' blend

19 Crimes says the stout-style blend has been created specially for St. Patrick’s Day this year. According to the brand, the Revolutionary Blend boasts “flavors of coffee, caramel, and roasted malt” to evoke memories and the flavour profile of an Irish stout.

The label, the format for which 19 Crimes has become known, features John Devoy, who was “part of the Irish Republican brotherhood and the mastermind behind the most daring prison escape in Australian history, the Catalpa Rescue,” per a press release.

19 Crimes Franchise Global Vice President, John Wardley commented, “We are happy to drop a limited edition bottle to feature John Devoy and find a unique way to tell his story this St. Patrick’s Day. We continue to celebrate those in the 19 Crimes family for their rich history of boldness, like John Devoy, Snoop Dogg, and Martha Stewart.”

This comes hot on the heels of 19 Crimes’ latest release, a lower-alcohol expression in partnership with American lifestyle mogul Martha Stewart.

Martha’s Lighter Chard is an 8.5% ABV Chardonnay that clocks in at 80 calories per glass, according to the brand.

The 2019 19 Crimes Red Blend was featured in third position in Vivino’s 10 most popular red wines for Christmas under £50.

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