Browsing the wine isles, and discovered I’m still a sucker for a beautiful wine label. This Intrinsic Red Blend label is stunning. However, be not fooled, the juice in this bottle is just as beautiful as the container. This Bordeaux red blend from Columbia Valley, Washington is fermented for 9 months. Smooth on the palate, generous dark fruit, rich cocoa, fresh raspberries, nice acidity with softer tannins on the finish.
After doing a bit more research on the Intrinsic Red Blend wine, I learned “known only as ZIMER, the elusive Brooklyn street artist lent his artistry to our label using a technique called Wild Style.”
Blend: 52% Cabernet Franc, 44% Malbec, 3% Cabernet Sauvignon, 1% Merlot
For more information about this wine and others produced by Intrinsic Wine Company, visit www.intrinsicwineco.com
Please keep in mind wine is subjective, and each palate has it’s own preference. I encourage you to explore and sip your way to what is pleasurable to your palate.
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