Reserve edition of Opi Malbec from old friend and terrific winemaker Rodolfo ‘Opi’ Sadler. Boasting an impressive medal history, this magnificent cuvée of Argentina’s flagship grape has remarkable intensity and luscious black fruit and spice.
"The best Malbec under £20 I have had in the last 10 years, silky smooth with excellent balance"
Online Review For the 2015 vintage
This dense, full flavoured red is made by Rodolfo Sadler, chief winemaker at Andean Vineyards. Not only is he rated among the Top Ten winemakers in the country, but he also scooped ‘Best Malbec of Argentina’ in 2008 – no small feat as this is the country’s flagship grape. His regular Malbec has long been ranked a favourite by customers, so we were delighted when he offered to create us a premium version. This inky dark masterpiece is made from intensely flavoured Malbec, hand picked from older vines. Its recent vintages have scooped two Golds and a Silver! Smooth and elegant with intense plum and dark berry flavours and velvety tannins, this lush red is a great choice with rare roast beef, game pie, venison casserole or mature cheese.
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