2018 Moss Wood Amy's Cabernet Blend

Moss Wood is renowned for Cabernet based wines and a serious competitor to Bordeaux for often a similar quality at a fraction of the price.

$40.99

$38.99 on Case buys (12 bottles)

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Store Stock Level*
Lunn Ave Superstore High
Constellation Drive Superstore Medium

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Further Information

Brand Mosswood
Region Western Australia
Varietal Cabernet Merlot Malbec
Size 750ml
Alcohol % 13.5%
Vintage 2018
Country Australia

Description

Planted in 1969, Moss Wood is an iconic, founding estate of Margaret River, Western Australia. Renowned for Cabernet based wines and a serious competitor to Bordeaux for often a similar quality at a fraction of the price. Amy’s is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec and Petit Verdot, all from the Glenmore Vineyard.

Smells

An attractively fresh array of mulberry and red-plum aromas with a rose-like floral edge.

Tastes

The palate has a very supple, succulent core of fleshy, sleek tannins that carry bright raspberry and mulberry flavours, fresh and long. Great balance, vibrancy and poise highlighting the class of wines from this region. One sip and you will agree, it could easily be a Bordeaux in the glass. No rush to drink as will easily cellar 10 years+. Made for a piece of prime ribeye.

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