2016 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon, Individual wooden boxes, Margaret River, Western Australia (Magnum)

Australia Western Australia Margaret River

Youthful deep crimson colour. Powerful primary nose of violets, raspberries mulberries and redcurrant intermingled with complex notes of cedar, leather earth and tar.Bright generous fruits fill the mouth masking the generous, ripe tannic structure. It carries the Moss Wood hallmark of balance and drinkability

£65.00 Bottle
£125.00 Magnum
£95.00 per case (1 x Magnum)

2016 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon, Individual wooden boxes, Margaret River, Western Australia (Magnum)

Youthful deep crimson colour. Powerful primary nose of violets, raspberries mulberries and redcurrant intermingled with complex notes of cedar, leather earth and tar.Bright generous fruits fill the mouth masking the generous, ripe tannic structure. It carries the Moss Wood hallmark of balance and drinkability

Australia Western Australia Margaret River
Producer Moss Wood
Sub-Region Margaret River
Region Western Australia
Country Australia
Grape Variety Cabernet Sauvignon
Vintage 2016
Colour Red
ABV 14.00%
Style Full, Dry, Powerful

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Jancis Robinson

Mid cherry red. Pure fruited with cassis and damson. Chewy tannins all tangled up with the sweet dark fruit on the palate. Rounded and generous but still so fresh. Some fruit-pastille sweetness on the finish but overall it is elegant and refined. Lightish but persistent. Very young still.

/ Drinking 2020 - 2030

By Julia Harding MW / October 2019

Jeroboams

Youthful deep crimson colour. Powerful primary nose of violets, raspberries mulberries and redcurrant intermingled with complex notes of cedar, leather earth and tar.Bright generous fruits fill the mouth masking the generous, ripe tannic structure. It carries the Moss Wood hallmark of balance and drinkability

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