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JD
98+
Jeb Dunnuck
JS
99
James Suckling
RP
97+
Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate
WS
95
Wine Spectator
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Opus One 2019

71 units available online.
Product description

The essence of time is expressed in Opus One wine by the character of each vintage. Place, often defined as terroir, represents the geography, the climate and the essential human element which is captured in the wine's balance between power and finesse, structure and texture.

Guided by the vision of their founders, winemaker Michael Silacci combines intuition and technical acumen with the dual perspective of viticulturist and winemaker. From tasting berries to careful sorting and extended aging in new French oak barrels, each stage of the winemaking process is afforded the same meticulous consideration and attention.

99 Points - James Suckling

The purity of fruit is really something else here, with currants and fresh flowers, such as violets and roses. Flower stems as well. Fantastic length and structure to the wine, with tightness and focus. Wonderful fruit. Graceful.

97+ Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

Deep garnet-purple in colour, the 2019 Opus One leaps from the glass with notes of Black Forest cake, Morello cherries, mulberries and fresh blackcurrants plus hints of licorice, wilted roses, Sichuan pepper and iron ore. Full-bodied, the palate is jam-packed with juicy black, blue and red fruits, framed by velvety tannins and background freshness, finishing on a compelling earthy/mineral note. This is a truly magnificent Opus One!

96+ Points - Jeb Dunnuck

Similarly, ruby/purple-hued, the 2019 Opus One is cut from the same cloth as 2018 yet has a touch more baby fat and opulence, at least at this stage. Beautiful black raspberry, cassis, toasted spice, lead pencil, and subtle oak all make an appearance, and it's medium to full-bodied, with a rounded, layered mouthfeel, impressive tannins, and a great finish. 

95 Points - Wine Spectator

Elegantly styled, despite some serious heft, this offers a mix of alluring mulberry, griotte and cassis notes bearing a gently mulled edge, while flashes of apple wood, sweet bay leaf and red tea flicker along the edges. Very refined in feel, with a seamless structure extending the finish so the fruit can linger.