MOSS WOOD 2017 CABERNET SAUVIGNON – BOB CAMPBELL, THE REAL REVIEW
Supremely elegant cabernet sauvignon with red and blue fruits, floral, violet, shoe box, cedar, nutmeg and nutty oak flavours. No single flavour dominates creating a delicious medley of appealing characters. Power delivered with subtlety. While it can be appreciated now I’d love to taste it in another decade (or two).
MOSS WOOD 2017 CABERNET SAUVIGNON – SAM KIM, WINE ORBIT
A compelling rendition of the variety; the gloriously expressed bouquet shows cassis, dark plum, olive and spicy oak characters with a lovely violet overtone. It’s impressively weighted and dense on the palate, offering terrific fruit intensity and power, while remaining refined and classically structured by fine chalky tannins. Built for the long haul. At its best: 2023 to 2042.
MOSS WOOD 2017 CABERNET SAUVIGNON – HUON HOOKE, THE REAL REVIEW
Deep red colour with a purple tinge. The bouquet is shy and closed, with some char-oak aromas plus blackberry, violet and other black fruits, the palate full-bodied and savoury, well-endowed with savoury, fine-grained tannins which run the full length of the palate. A stunning wine in the making. It’s all about potential. Must cellar for best results.