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Big House Wine Co. Bootlegger White Lucky Luciano

Big House Wine Co. Bootlegger White Lucky Luciano

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ITEM# 2101933
SIZE 3.00L
19% discount on 3 bottles for $62.97
Buy Big House Wine Co. Bootlegger White Lucky Luciano

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Big House® Bootlegger White is a rebellious mix of non-traditional grape varieties destined to offer a new experience. It has a nose that carries the vibrancy of spring, white flowers, and lychee fruit that surround the senses. The palate opens up with tropical fruits, dried apricot and white peaches. This wine finishes strong with a cleansing citrus zest that lingers. Like Lucky and his “commission” this wine brings the best of a collection together to form a blend that is greater than the sum of its parts.

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Considered to be the father of modern organized crime in the United States, Charles “Lucky” Luciano formed “The Commission” in 1931. His group brought together five of the biggest and most notorious New York crime families, as well as Al Capone’s outfit in Chicago. Luciano wore elegant suits, silk shirts, handmade shoes, and his favorite accessory-a beautiful woman on his arm at all times. Before Luciano, crime was just crime. After, it was organized. During the era of Prohibition, Luciano and his partners managed to run the largest bootlegging operation in New York. By 1925, he was grossing over $12 million a year with a net income of close to $4 million, which he garnered after the costs of bribing politicians and police. This eventually led to Luciano reaching the status as one of the “big six” of bootlegging.

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