On July 11, 1804 off the Hudson shore at Weehawken, the original Federalist, Alexander Hamilton was shot in a duel by Aaron Burr and died from his injuries. Since dueling is no longer socially acceptable, we suggest solving any differences over a glass of this dual of Zinfandel and Syrah.


Balanced, bold, and spicy. This wine features aromas of black cherry, blackberry, pepper, and spices.

Product Details

  • Pairs with: Chocolate, Hamburgers, Pizza with Traditional Red Sauce, Roast Pork, Steak

  • Bottle Size: 750 ml

  • Appellation: Sonoma County

  • Sub-Appellation: Dry Creek Valley

  • Grape Varieties: 50% Zinfandel, 50% Syrah

  • Alcohol Percentage: 15.10%

  • Fermentation: Each varietal is blended together using only the free run portion. The individual lots spend an average of 15 days on the skins. Upon completing primary fermentation, the wine undergoes malolactic fermentation

  • Aging: The separate blocks of zinfandel and syrah are blended post malolactic fermentation and are aged for 15 months in 20% new oak barrels.

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Distinctly American craft wines wrought with as much character and bold spirit as the figures that don every bottle.

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Lodi Zinfandel

Aromas of red fruits (plum, cherry) and cinnamon spice, a good density, firm tannin structure, and a long smooth finish.

Honest Red Blend

Dark fruits and spicy with a rich, round mouthfeel and long finish.


Fresh and full-bodied with an aroma of lemon, pear and a touch of cinnamon.

Visionary Zinfandel

Robust fruit with bright berry characteristics and lively acidity.

Bourbon Barrel-Aged Zinfandel

A blend of Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, and Merlot, this wine has armoas and flavors of black fruit, smoke, caramel, and vanilla.

Bourbon Barrel-Aged Red Blend

Good entrance filling the mouth with bright Mendocino fruit and spiciness. The finish is smoky and smooth making this an uniquely complex wine.