Sonoma County Chardonnay
2015
2014

The Federalist chardonnay pays homage to the work of our Federalist Founding Fathers fighting for our country’s liberty.  We decided the Statue of Liberty was the best symbol of their accomplishment–she stands tall, exposing drinkers to the rich flavors, ripe fruits, and bright acidity of Sonoma chardonnay.  It is full-bodied with a long, lingering finish.  Our Chardonnay boasts an oak backbone balanced with big fruit flavors and a nice acidity.  

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Wine Notes
Color
Golden
Aroma
Lemon curd, pear and cinnamon/clove spiciness
Taste
Good entrance with a rich mouth feel and long, lingering finish
Product Information
Vintage: 
2015
Type:
White
Grape Variety Used: 
100% 
Chardonnay
Appellation: 
Sonoma
Alcohol: 
14.50%
Length/Type of Fermentation: 
Malolactic fermentations occur post-primary fermentation. The lees are stirred through malolactic fermentation, and the wine is aged sur lies until blending.
Length/Type of Aging: 
35% new oak is primarily American and Hungarian oak, with a little bit of French. The Hungarian oak mimics French with Spicy character and the American rounds it out with a sweeter finish.
Packaging Available:
  • 12
     - 
    750 ML

The Federalist chardonnay pays homage to the work of our Federalist Founding Fathers fighting for our country’s liberty.  We decided the Statue of Liberty was the best symbol of their accomplishment–she stands tall, exposing drinkers to the rich flavors, ripe fruits, and bright acidity of Sonoma chardonnay.  It is full-bodied with a long, lingering finish.  Our Chardonnay boasts an oak backbone balanced with big fruit flavors and a nice acidity.  

View Label/Bottle

Wine Notes
Color
Golden
Aroma
Lemon curd, pear and cinnamon/clove spiciness
Taste
Good entrance with a rich mouth feel and long, lingering finish
Product Information
Vintage: 
2014
Type:
White
Grape Variety Used: 
100% 
Chardonnay
Appellation: 
Sonoma
Alcohol: 
14.50%
Length/Type of Fermentation: 
Malolactic fermentations occur post-primary fermentation. The lees are stirred through malolactic fermentation, and the wine is aged sur lies until blending.
Length/Type of Aging: 
35% new oak is primarily American and Hungarian oak, with a little bit of French. The Hungarian oak mimics French with spicy character and the American rounds it out with a sweeter finish.
Bottled Date: 
Friday, May 1, 2015
Release Date:
Saturday, August 1, 2015
Cases Produced: 
8,000
Packaging Available:
  • 12
     - 
    750 ML