This big 1L boy has landed just in time for Autumn sips.
Back story to the name: In 1995, McArthur Wheeler walked into two Pittsburgh banks and robbed them in broad daylight, with no visible attempt at disguise. He was arrested later that night. When police later showed him the surveillance tapes, Mr. Wheeler stared in incredulity. "But I wore the juice," he mumbled. Knowing that lemon juice could turn ink invisible, Mr. Wheeler had been under the impression that rubbing his face with lemon juice would render it indiscernible to security cameras. Academics Dunning and Kruger referenced this case in their exploration of the phenomenon of cognitive bias whereby those who have the least expertise in an area overestimate their knowledge or ability.
The name is a little tongue & cheek towards the industry but nonetheless a delicious red blend to be served with a slight chill at the dinner table.