Opus One Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2014

$309.99

97 Points, James Suckling: "Mesmerizing aromas of flowers, bark, currants and blackberries. So perfumed. You just want to smell it. Exquisite tension and finesse with an almost Burgundian texture, yet it’s Napa in its soul with ripe fruit, stones, spices and Chinese tea leaf flavors. Savory and delicious. Drinkable but better in 2020. Available on October 2017."

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Ratings on Delectable

Lee Pitofsky Delectable Pro

Perfumed, intense and complex with notes of black currant, blackberry, cedar and tea leaves

Perfumed, intense and complex with notes of black currant, blackberry, cedar and tea leaves

9.6

Maggie Harrison Delectable Pro

2014 tasted shortly after distribution release. Of course it’s hound and tight. But it’s good. Wound tight with a lot of promise.

2014 tasted shortly after distribution release. Of course it’s hound and tight. But it’s good. Wound tight with a lot of promise.

9.2

Matt Sterr Delectable Pro

80% Cab Sav, 7%PV, 6%CF, 5% Merlot, 2% Malbec. Black fruit. Supple tannins. Baker's chocolate. Silky frame.

80% Cab Sav, 7%PV, 6%CF, 5% Merlot, 2% Malbec. Black fruit. Supple tannins. Baker's chocolate. Silky frame.

9.4

Matt Duncan Delectable Pro

Enfant

Enfant

8.9

Yianni Stoner Delectable Pro

Overt brettanomyces; just too much here

Overt brettanomyces; just too much here

8.9

Paul Hoffert

This was a missed photo from the birthday evening a couple of posts ago. Wonderful evening of indulgence and great conversations. Enjoying the life long efforts of the pursuit of excellence by two incredible men, Robert Mondavi and Jose Padrón

This was a missed photo from the birthday evening a couple of posts ago. Wonderful evening of indulgence and great conversations. Enjoying the life long efforts of the pursuit of excellence by two incredible men, Robert Mondavi and Jose Padrón

9.3

David Hou

Fruit forward, still very much a young wine in 2018. Still needs to open up quite a bit more. Can't wait to see what it's like in 7-12 years.

Fruit forward, still very much a young wine in 2018. Still needs to open up quite a bit more. Can't wait to see what it's like in 7-12 years.

9.4

Ravinder Kingra

Needs lots of time but would open up in 10-15 years.

Needs lots of time but would open up in 10-15 years.

9.5

Paul Hoffert

It has been a long while since I had Opus. One of my regular haunts has started to carry it now and I was lucky enough to share with friends. I had forgotten what a nice smooth wine this can be. I can only imagine it will get better in the next few years. While very expensive it is worth a splurge every couple of years.

It has been a long while since I had Opus. One of my regular haunts has started to carry it now and I was lucky enough to share with friends. I had forgotten what a nice smooth wine this can be. I can only imagine it will get better in the next few years. While very expensive it is worth a splurge every couple of years.

9.0

Elyse Lambert

Elegance in youth, well balance luxurious tanins. Amazing potential

Elegance in youth, well balance luxurious tanins. Amazing potential

9.1

Location

  • 3521 V Street Northeast
    Washington D.C., DC 20018

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