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2014 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon
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- Cellar 10 - 12 years (2027-2029)
- ABV 14%
- Closure: Stelvin
A blend of 92% Cabernet Sauvignon, 4% Cabernet Franc and 4% Petit Verdot with maturation taking place in French oak of which 17% was new. Totally opaque black dark red colour with a bright dark red hue. The nose offers up a youthful aromatic profile of black and red currant fruits along with mulberries followed by hints of liquorice and bay leaf over spicy vanillin cedar and tobacco. The palate turns up the heat in terms of power featuring a rich flavour profile of cassis, subtle liquorice and ripe mulberries over cedary tobacco infusions, traces of bay leaf and spice. Texturally very polished and refined with excellent concentration and power, however, being still such a young wine it needs some bottle age to build on its complexity. A solid yet very refined tannin structure appearing almost velvet like. Long aftertaste of cassis, ripe mulberries, subtle cedary tobacco characters, light earth and spice.
Cellar 10-12 years.
This is such a classic Moss Wood. As elegant and stylishly poised as any I have tasted through the years. Red berry and violets, with distinctive mulberry and cedar perfumes on the nose and that little oak influence. Such gorgeous perfume, which really makes this wine. The palate is balanced and refined with an elegance you get in only the very best of these wines. Wonderful integration of fine-grained, understated oak and fine chalky tannins. Almost impossible to fault. A truly great wine and the best ever to come out of this magical region. Best drinking: 2020-2050
Ray Jordan - The West Australian