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WSJwineJ Opi Malbec 2012
A few years ago, Rodolfo ‘Opi’ Sadler snagged the Malbec Trophy at Argentina’s national show. Then came international acclaim — the Argentinean Red Trophy at the 2009 Decanter World Wine Awards. Here’s the next chapter of his sumptuous Malbec.
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(592 Reviews) 242
Rating Snapshot(592 reviews)
488 out of 592(82%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Not a huge fan of Malbecs. They're far too astringent.
Response from WSJwine:By Customer Service, June 8, 2015
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I found it to have a nice fruity nose, tasted black cherry and a hint of dark chocolate. quite complex for my inexperience but very enjoyable. Flavor improved as it was left to breath for a while. Medium tannin, low acidity and moderate alcohol. I am looking forward to my second bottle but may let it age a bit more.
Appealing crimson color. A dry Argentine Malbec with a slightly spiced aroma and a mild finish. An okay value for the price, probably would buy again. Paired well with red meat from the grill. Next time we’ll pair with sausage and hard cheese!
Maybe we're strange, but we're just not really enjoying the Opi wines. They seem to be a big thing at WSJ, but our 'taste profile' must be out of sync with this wine. Nothing wrong with it, just not what we like.
Response from WSJwine:By Customer Service, May 12, 2015
Thanks for the review, we’re sorry to hear that this one wasn’t for you - we only want to send you wines that you love.
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I paired this with salmon prepared with a spicy Chinese bbq sauce. The sauce is deep and dark and the malbec complemented it beautifully. Finished the bottle in two quick evenings. Deep berry flavor, delicious.