Opolo Vineyards Continues to Produce Ultra Premium Wines

04/05/2018 The winemaking team at Opolo is continuing to focus on sustainability throughout estate vineyards while diligently caring for each lot from fermentation to barrel.

 

TOpolohe winemaking team an Opolo is continuing to focus on sustainability throughout estate vineyards while diligently caring for each lot from fermentation to barrel. Their bold method of investing in vineyard practices, as well as the estate, has continued to flow into detailed winemaking– crafting elegant wines spanning across single and several varietals.

These efforts have recently been recognized with scores from leading wine experts:

Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate:

  • 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon, 91+ Points
  • 2014 Reserve Rhapsody, 90 Points

Vinous:

  • 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon, 90 Points
  • 2014 Reserve Rhapsody, 90 points

Wine Enthusiast:

  • 2016 Mountain Zinfandel, 93 Points
  • 2015 Mountain Zinfandel, 92 Points
  • 2015 Reserve Rhapsody, 93 Points, Cellar Selection
  • 2016 Summit Creek Zinfandel, 92 Points, Editors’ Choice
  • 2014 Reserve Rhapsody, 91 Points
  • 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon, 92 Points

Opolo’s flagship wine, Mountain Zinfandel, is by far most recognized and beloved by wine club members. Consistent with the overall fruit forward palate, Winemakers Chris and James have expertly weaved juicy red fruit notes with rounded spicy layers and a complex finish with balanced tannins.

As Opolo has grown and refined its award-winning Zinfandel program throughout the years, they’ve also honed a passion for Cabernet Sauvignon and audacious Boudreaux blends. Evidenced by the evolution of their Reserve Rhapsody label, the decadent blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Malbec offers a fantastic opportunity for Opolo consumers to experience its bold dark fruit notes now and lay down to age for prime enjoyment of its balanced, full tannins.

ABOUT OPOLO:

Opolo Vineyards has a long-established reputation for growing and producing award-winning wines in Paso Robles, California. With nearly 300 acres of vines on the east and west side of Paso Robles, Opolo Vineyards is privy to a wide range in climate, soil and growing potential—allowing more than 32 varietals to flourish. This variety combined with the passion behind the brand has made Opolo a favorite of wine enthusiasts everywhere. Visit their estate vineyard on picturesque Vineyard Drive.

Read more at source: Wine Industry Advisor

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