Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon Margaret River Moss Wood Vineyard 2007

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*Matthew Jukes, 100 Best Australian Wines* 'There are always a few one-sniff-and-you're-in wines in the 100 Best, and...

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Winemaker's Notes:

*Matthew Jukes, 100 Best Australian Wines* 'There are always a few one-sniff-and-you're-in wines in the 100 Best, and this year '07 Moss Wood didn't even stop to say hello before lining up on the grid in the early days of assembling this 100'. The Australian wine auction house Langtons, in association with Christies', recently revised their respected "Classification of Distinguished Australian Wine", which is based upon similar fundamentals to Bordeaux's 1855 classification - Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon was deemed in the highest category - "outstanding". Mirroring the Bordeaux greats, Moss Wood has now evolved the Cabernet blend to include small amounts of Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Petit Verdot. The 2007 vintage has a deep brick red hue and typical Cabernet Sauvignon fruit aromas with dark chocolate, cigar box and spice. This wine is luxuriously full bodied, with mouth filling red and blue fruit flavours and benefits from being left to breathe. Enjoy with most red meat and hard cheeses.

*Matthew Jukes, 100 Best Australian Wines* 'There are always a few one-sniff-and-you're-in wines in the 100 Best, and this year '07 Moss Wood didn't even stop to say hello before lining up on the grid in the early days of assembling this 100'. The Australian wine auction house Langtons, in association with Christies', recently revised their respected "Classification of Distinguished Australian Wine", which is based upon similar fundamentals to Bordeaux's 1855 classification - Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon was deemed in the highest category - "outstanding". Mirroring the Bordeaux greats, Moss Wood has now evolved the Cabernet blend to include small amounts of Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Petit Verdot. The 2007 vintage has a deep brick red hue and typical Cabernet Sauvignon fruit aromas with dark chocolate, cigar box and spice. This wine is luxuriously full bodied, with mouth filling red and blue fruit flavours and benefits from being left to breathe. Enjoy with most red meat and hard cheeses.

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