|About the product|
|Grape variety||Cabernet Sauvignon 79%,Cabernet Franc 7%,Petit Verdot 6%, Merlot 6% & Malbec 2%|
|Awards||Vintage 2010,2012, 96/100,Robert Parker. Vintage 2013, 97/100,Robert Parker. Vintage 2008，2009，2010 and 2013,92 /100, Wine Spectator. Vintage 2012,93/100, Wine Spectator. Vintage2013, 100/100,James Suckling.|
|Tasting notes||Very high color intensity with aromas of cassis, nutmeg, raspberries, cola, fresh oats, dark chocolate and forest floor. Polished, supple and harmoniously precise, the 2007 fuses a seamless mid-palate with soft yet sinewy tannins. The wine will age effortlessly for decades.|
|Serving temperature||16℃- 20℃|
|Use occasion||Bussiness dinner; Family dinner.|
Opus One is known as America's first ultra-premium wine, which was established in Napa Valley, California in 1980. Château Mouton Rothschild and Robert Mondavi made the partnership's first vintage in 1979. The following year the partners officially announced their joint venture. They agreed to choose a name of Latin origin for it, Baron Philippe chose "Opus" - a musical expression denoting the first masterwork of a composer - at first, and finally he confirmed "Opus One". Winemaking at Opus One resolves to a single goal: to produce an extraordinary wine. Opus One grapes are hand-harvested, hand-sorted and make only one wine. After about a year and a half in barrel, Opus One receives an additional year and a half of bottle age before the wine is released - some three years after harvest.