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I am delighted to share with you a curated selection of Opus One library vintages. It is a special joy for all of us at the winery to open our cellar exclusively for your collection. We value your patronage and support. 

-Christopher Lynch, CEO

All allocations will be honored until August 31, 2022.

A bottle of Opus One 2009 and a glass of wine, with a white and tan bowl/artwork in the background
Opus One 2009

The 2009 vintage saw cool temperatures during bloom and maturation, with two short heat spells in September. The harvest began on September 21st and provided an exhilarating finish on October 20th after a record rainfall for October. Aromas of black olive and minerals underlie more traditional notes of dark chocolate, cola and espresso. Showing flavors of ripe blueberry, cassis and liquorice, this age-worthy wine simultaneously offers a smooth finish and a slight grip of tannin at the close.

A bottle of Opus One 2014 with pink and orange florals on the right side, and a dancing figurine on the left.
Opus One 2014

The 2014 vintage was precocious – marked by the earliest bud break in our history. Timely rainfall and a continuation of mild and dry conditions throughout the year allowed the grapevines to support the slightly higher-than-expected yields. Following a near-perfect growing season, harvest commenced on September 5th just as the grapes reflected an ideal balance between freshness and concentration. After an early rainstorm, there was a brief pause; but the succinct harvest was completed on October 7th. The Opus One 2014exudes subtle aromas of fragrant florals, fresh garden herbs and forest floor that give way to a concentrated blend of red cherry, blackberry and black currant. Fine-grained tannins offer a velvety texture and complex structure that builds to a long, vibrantly fresh finish with a touch of mocha.  Enjoyable now, the wine will delight for years to come.