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We’ve come up with a few ways to keep in touch while we all feel a little isolated, gain some culinary inspiration and of course, enjoy a little wine.
We have received inquiries about the context behind our name and artwork, so we’d like to take the opportunity to share the inspiration behind them.
Our brand name and flagship label were inspired by the classic sketch Le Petit Prisonier by 19th century Spanish artist Francisco Goya. The sketch is part of Goya’s series The Disasters of War, created to be a visual protest against the injustice and brutality of the Spanish War of Independence in 1808. From our founding, The Prisoner Wine Company has stood against oppression while embracing creativity, and we continue to honor that tradition today by operating with the utmost respect and equity for all people.
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