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Moss Wood 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon

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Red Wine
Certainly in the handful of "great" Australian wines, this is a bottle which will benefit from a good few years in the cellar. Big full fruit flavours on the palate, with a finish that never seems to end. Mind you, at this price, it'd want to be pretty awesome. This is one of the few wines in this price range which is worth it. Forget Grange - buy a couple of bottles of this instead!

http://www.mosswood.com.au/
Write-up by Dave

Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon
Price range: $100/bottle from cellar door

 

 

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