The Federalist wine smiths rolled up their sleeves and fashioned this Cabernet to quench your thirst for blackberry, cinnamon spice, and American craftmanship. Now roll up your sleeves and uncork a bottle.
The Federalist Cabernet Sauvignon is a purplish red color. Aromas of berries, tart cherry, sweet oak, and cinnamon. Nice entrance, medium weight, long and lingering finish with good grip from the tannins.
About The Federalist Winery
Each of our vines takes its own twists and turns, but eventually they all lead to the same place: our grapes. The grapevine is as unpredictable as the American spirit. Growing forth towards bold and unique flavors. Always reaching for new heights.
Grapes, neat. From the deep dark purple of our reds, to the light luscious gold of our Chardonnay: the proof is in the juice. Big, bright flavor will eventually give way to notes of tart cherry or blackberry. Spicy cinnamon or smoky vanilla. But for now, it’s as fresh as the great frontier.
Our barrels are a craft in and of themselves. Artfully constructed from century-old oak to friction-fit iron, and marked with the John Hancock of The Federalist seal. It’s in these barrels that our wine develops its unconventional taste.
You can’t get far without a vessel. Our bottles are home to our wine, at least until it meets your glass. That’s why every detail is carefully crafted. From the hollowed punt to the matte capsule. Each bottle wears a forefather on its sleeve, to serve as a reminder that we’re here to make history.