Boysenberry, blackberry, violets, fennel seed, and that earthy/ferrous thing that Moss Wood often shows. Oak feels pared back and adds a layer of cedar and toast. Medium to full bodied, earthy and savoury, with some new leather too, along with black fruits, mint and spicy toasted oak. Tannin is ripe and sure, acidity fresh and well settled, and the finish shows glimmers of red fruit in with the black, with fleshy tannin shaping and extending the finish. It’s a very strong release from Moss Wood, beautifully balanced, and it feels particularly age-worthy too. Yep.
Gary Walsh, The Wine Front - 94+ Points
I've always maintained Penfolds Grange is Australia's greatest wine but it's not necessarily our best...To me, Moss Wood Cabernet encapsulates everything that's Margaret River and this one just absolutely nailed it.
Ray Jordan, The Weekend West - 99 Points