Sure, winemaking wasn't invented in the United States. But after sampling The Federalist's line of American craft wines, you'll understand how this California winemaker perfected the process.
Like a true patriot, The Federalist Wine took inspiration from America's Founding Fathers and borrowed its name from the original Federalist himself, Alexander Hamilton. This winemaker specializes in bold blends unique to California's vineyards, and each bottle features audacious takes on traditional styles.
If you love bold wines, you owe it to yourself to try The Federalist's complete line of flavorful wines. Kick things off with the Chardonnay, The Federalist's lone white wine. You'll love the oaky notes, the rich fruit flavors and the finish that doesn't stop.
What about bold reds? Start with the Cabernet Sauvignon, which has hints of cassis, black cherry and oak. Sip the Zinfandel, which features deep plum and blackberry flavors with plenty of spice and a gorgeously long finish. For something even more revolutionary, try the Bourbon Barrel Aged Zinfandel, which boasts smoky notes and hints of sweet, rich caramel. Looking for the perfect blend? Break open a bottle of the Honest Red Blend, which has the black currant notes and California spice you love.