I can’t speak to the wisdom of naming your wine after Alexander Hamilton — and putting a picture of him on the label — but this Dry Creek Valley Zin is certainly worth a try. With a medium body and big fruit flavors of currant jam, the wine offers a touch of pepper and cola character, with a menthol finish. Complex but well balanced, it’s a winner.
A- / $22 / terlatowines.com
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