The Federalist Cabernet Sauvignon takes full advantage of Lodi's incredible diversity. Grape lots from several areas are selected and fermented separately, allowing The Federalist winemaking t... Read More
Our Twin Valley White Zinfandel combines crisp refreshment with bright fruit. You'll taste flavors of fresh strawberry and hints of sweet white peach. This wine is light bodied - its sweetness... Read More
The color of this wine is truly Immortal. Its rich dork color goes on and on and on. The deceptively subtle aromas of this wine combine plums, black olives, raspberries, black tea and violets ... Read More
Color: Dark purple.
Aroma: Aromas of red fruits (plum, cherry) and cinnamon spice.
Taste: Good density, supple tannins, bright acidity and a long, smooth finish.
The Federalist Lodi Zinfandel ... Read More
Gnarly Head Cabernet Sauvignon embodies bold. It’s rich, fruit-driven, and dense, with a juicy core of dark fruit. Our winemakers carefully select grapes from California’s finest growing regio... Read More
Noble Vines 337 Cabernet Sauvignon exhibits lively aromas of black cherry, ripe currant, fresh herbs and lightly roasted coffee. Supple tannins and balanced acidity support core flavors of bla... Read More
181 Merlot is a lavish expression of classic Bordeaux-style Merlot, bursting with plush tannins and sumptuous notes of black cherry, vanilla, stone fruit and toast. Flavors of currant and spic... Read More
Take it at face value...This Zin goes beyond skin deep...Spicy, ripe round plum with a juicy soft finish. Goes well with Marsala chicken, peppered steak or broiled lamb shank. This Zinlicious™... Read More
NEW RELEASE! With its bright, regal red color, the Merlot port's aroma conjures up nougat, caramel and a hint of blackberry. A smooth mouth-feel gives way to a burst of spice, hints of licori... Read More
A blend of about half Santa Maria Merlot with Mendocino Merlot and Cabernet, this wine has the richest feel of any Orleans Hill wine. Santa Maria brings the power and Mendocino the style. A bi... Read More