“Moss Wood cabernet, going way back, taught Australian wine enthusiasts the meaning of the words 'superfine tannins'. It’s long been a wine of soft, seductive power, usually to the point where the more structural elements are difficult to discern, like a crow bar buried among a mountain of pillows.
Blackcurrant, cranberry, mulberry and smoky cedar, with the prettiness of violets and the sweet surging seduction of redcurrant adding velocity as much as power. Both the wave and the undertow. It gives the wine an authority that’s been missing. In fruit terms it’s not drowning, it’s saving. It has all the ropes and power and movement. 95+ Points" - Campbell Mattinson, Wine Front