The Prisoner Wine Company has introduced Unshackled, a new wine brand now available nationwide.
Developed by The Prisoner Wine Company’s Director of Winemaking Chrissy Wittmann and her winemaking team, the Unshackled portfolio includes a Red Blend, Cabernet Sauvignon and Rosé, each sourced from California’s Central Coast and North Coast wine growing regions.
“Fans of The Prisoner Wine Company will recognize something special in Unshackled, which blends together familiar varietals from California’s premier wine regions to create a distinct collection with a personality all its own,” says Wittmann.
Continuing the eye-catching labels that The Prisoner Wine Company is known for, each bottle of Unshackled shows a metallic codex debossed with details that hold the key to the wine’s appellation, varietal and vintage.
The portfolio includes:
- Unshackled Red Blend 2018 (SRP $30): A blend of zinfandel, malbec, petite sirah, syrah and grenache, this wine opens with aromas of raspberry, blueberry and crushed violets, the company says. On the palate, it offers flavors of spiced dried cherries, florals and a hint of white pepper.
- Unshackled Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 (SRP $30): Aromas of plum, blackberry and a hint of olive, this cabernet is blended with small amounts of petite sirah, syrah and merlot. Its flavors of black stone fruit and dried herbs are complemented by tannin structure and balanced acidity.
- Unshackled Rosé 2019 (SRP $27): Juicy tropical and red fruit aromas. This wine’s acidity couples with flavors of grapefruit, tangerine and strawberry.