The Federalist Dry Creek Dueling Pistols Red 2017

The Federalist Dry Creek Dueling Pistols Red 2017

Color: Deep garnet with violet highlights Aroma: The nose has brooding aromas of dark fruits and black tea with an enticing hint of white pepper Taste: The juicy entrance leads to nice midweight density and mouth filling texture. The finish is long, balanced,  and satiating Fermentation: Each varietal is fermented separately from free run juice. The individual lots spend an average of 15 days on the skins. Upon completing primary fermentation, the wine undergoes malolactic fermentation. Aging: Aged for 15 months in 20% new American and Hungarian oak barrels. American adds sweeter notes while the Hungarian provide spiciness
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One man raised a pistol for country. One for love. Of the seven witnesses, three of them hoped neither man would survive, two of them needed both men to live, and one was no man at all. The town physician stood ready, but willing to save neither shooter. The town drunk wandered over with a secret to tell. The town Sheriff was there as well, standing right in the middle, but even he wasn't about to get between these dueling pistols. 
Wine Properties
Type of Wine Red
Bottle Size 750 ml
Appellation Dry Creek Valley
Wine Variety 50% Zinfandel / 50% Syrah
Vintage 2016
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