J Opi Reserve Malbec 2011 Argentina

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J Opi Reserve Malbec

J Opi Reserve Malbec 2011 Argentina

J Opi Reserve Malbec is a Malbec Reserve limited-edition red wine which has a collection of medals worthy of such a wine.

This limited-edition red wine is of the dry type and it has a full body. The mix of tastes which can be found in this wine varies between plums and berry fruits and even spicy black fruits. It has a concentration of 14% alcohol and it was aged for fifteen months in French and American oak to give it its colour and deepness of flavours. This red wine is best enjoyed with a steak or other such meals due to its fullness and dryness.

Origins and Awards

This Malbec Reserve wine comes from the country of Argentina, from the region of Mendoza. The selection of grapes from the highest vineyards of Mendoza is what created this award winning wine. It has been called “award winning” a lot, but what exactly has this wine won? The list has three medals: Silver Medal in Canada 2011; Silver Medal in Great Britain 2012 at the Decanter World Wine Awards; and the Silver Medal also in Great Britain 2012 at the International Wine Challenge. As it turns out the judges were very impressed with this wine for two years in a row. This means this wine can impress a lot of people in different countries on different continents, it turns out. Coming from Argentine, aged in French and American oak, the J Opi Reserve has managed to impress judges from two continents and win impressive medals.

Prices and availability

With three medals across its label, this wine should be expensive and should be a very limited edition. As it turns out it as a limited edition, but you can still buy it online, for how long no one knows. As for the price, it is for less than twenty dollars a bottle. Considering its awards, this wine is extremely affordable. You can even order the wine online and if you order more than six bottles, you might even get it cheaper.

In conclusion, J Opi Reserve from Argentina, Mendoza is a wine which should be tasted by both wine enthusiasts and people who simply enjoy wine alike. It is meant for guests and dinner tables in a family just the same. This silver medalist wine will be enjoyed by all especially because it is very affordable and still available, but we don’t know for how long.

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