Opaque Wines Introduces Tannat

The offering is sourced from Paso Robles and aged in 100% French oak for 18 months.

Riboli Family Wines has released Opaque Tannat, a new varietal offering that’s part of the recently rebranded and relaunched Opaque’s Earth Elements series from Opaque Wines. Sourced from the Creston District of Paso Robles, Opaque Tannat ($40 a 750-ml.) is aged in 100% French oak for 18 months. Along with the new Tannat, the revamped Opaque wines (each $40 a 750-ml.) include Darkness red blend, Petit Verdot, Zinfandel, and Malbec, all from Paso Robles. The brand’s new labels pay homage to the attributes of terroir that are crucial to their production, according to the company. Opaque Tannat and the entire Opaque’s Earth Elements series is rolling out nationally. For more information, visit Opaquewines.com.