Moss Wood 2019 Amy’s – James Suckling, jamessuckling.com

Perfumed notes of wild raspberries, fresh plums, violets, lemon peel, black pepper, sage and star anise. Medium-bodied with bright acidity and silky tannins. Vibrant and savory with a delicious finish. Cabernet sauvignon, merlot, malbec and petit verdot. Drink now. Screw Cap.

 

92 Points

Rating: 4 Stars
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Moss Wood 2020 Semillon – Justin Keay, TheBuyer.net

The first wine I’ve tasted produced anywhere from that fateful year is actually a real cracker, with a light almost ethereal nose and palate which widens a few hours after opening to reveal green apple, pear and sherbet flavours. Very young obviously but the potential for real development here is considerable.

Published April 2021

Rating: Stars
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Moss Wood 2019 Amy’s – Justin Keay, TheBuyer.net

Baby sister to Moss Wood’s iconic Cabernet, this has been dubbed “Australia’s best value red” and you can taste why immediately: dry, deep dark cassis, great wood integration and long palate persistence make this a steal (. . .).

Published April 2021

Rating: Stars
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Moss Wood 2019 Chardonnay – Justin Keay, TheBuyer.net

Youthful yes, but this has a wonderful depth of flavour and character I wasn’t expecting. Perfectly balanced, apple, pear and honeysuckle flavours supported by light oak. Destined to mature wonderfully, if you have the patience.

Published April 2021

Rating: Stars
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