Opus One Red Bordeaux Blend Napa Valley 1982

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A wet winter and a warm spring produced perfect bloom and berry set and a record crop. Cabernet Sauvignon and relate...

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San Francisco, CA (2,500 mi)
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Well-balanced, with appealing spice, currant and blackberry fruit along with a firmly tannic backbone. Big bold wine, terrific nose, superb. Seriou... Read more

Tasted from magnum. A good wine from a challenging vintage, it leans toward the herbal side, with tarry dried fruit flavors and a dry finish.--Opus... Read more

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External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
11/09/2008

Well-balanced, with appealing spice, currant and blackberry fruit along with a firmly tannic backbone. Big bold wine, terrific nose, superb. Serious wine for the serious wine collector.


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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
05/01/2010

Tasted from magnum. A good wine from a challenging vintage, it leans toward the herbal side, with tarry dried fruit flavors and a dry finish.--Opus One vertical. Drink now. 5,500 cases made. (JL) Wine Spectator. A Proprietary Blend wine from California in USA. 1982 Opus One Proprietary Red Wine 750ml


Winemaker's Notes:

A wet winter and a warm spring produced perfect bloom and berry set and a record crop. Cabernet Sauvignon and related varietals weathered the mid-September rains quite well, producing full-bodied wines requiring a decade of bottle age.

A wet winter and a warm spring produced perfect bloom and berry set and a record crop. Cabernet Sauvignon and related varietals weathered the mid-September rains quite well, producing full-bodied wines requiring a decade of bottle age.

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Closure: Cork

Aged 23 months in French Oak.

Notes: 100 New French Oak


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