James Suckling 93
Each variety is fermented on the others skins in a twist of technique. The swagger here is palpable and the deep dark berries are laced with flowers and delivered in pure, unadulterated form. So good! A blend of 51 malbec and 49 cabernet franc.
" This wine opens with refined notes of raspberry, white tea leaves, a hint of fresh mint and lavender. The flavors are layered with milk chocolate, fig reduction, dark plum and licorice root, and the texture is angular, yet sophisticated, with chocolate ganache details in the finish. Pair with beef sliders, citrus marinated pork sandwiches, beef and pork meatballs in a chipotle sauce. " ~ Winery notes
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Winemaking and street art. For both, the artist must work with an unpredictable canvas, blending instinct and experience to craft something vibrant, gutsy and fleeting. Like the urban art that inspired it, let INTRINSIC be a beautiful reminder that art born in the city--whether on a wall or in a glass--is meant to be shared, not possessed.