INTRINSIC Scores 92 Points in Leading Wine Scoring Publications

Paterson, Wash.

The inaugural release of the INTRINSIC 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon Columbia Valley has received two 92 point scores from leading wine scoring publications, Wine Enthusiast and Wine Spectator magazines.

In the August 31, 2016 issue of Wine Spectator, INTRINSIC received the following accolades: “92 points. Firm in texture, brimming with raspberry, black cherry, violet and herb flavors that come together harmoniously on the finish against refined tannins.”

Additionally, the September 1, 2016 issue of Wine Enthusiast wrote: “92 points. This is the inaugural release from this winery. Forty percent of the wine was aged for a remarkable nine months on skins, with an equal amount aged in stainless steel and the rest in neutral oak. It dazzles with brooding aromas of herbs and black cherry. The flavors are ripe and succulent.”