Ste. Michelle Wine Estates has launched Intrinsic, a “raw yet elegant” Cabernet Sauvignon from Columbia Valley in Washington State that was produced using “extreme” extended maceration. The young wine stayed in contact with the grape skins for nine months after harvest, which is typically one month. This prolonged contact aims to add depth and concentration, while developing a smooth texture. The label was designed by Brooklyn, New York street artist Zimer, celebrating the urban cities where wine is often enjoyed.