Moss Brothers Fidium Cabernet Sauvignon Margaret River 2019
  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Dry
  • Residual Sugar: 3 g/l
  • Full Bodied
  • 750ml
  • 14.50% alc./vol

Moss Brothers Fidium Cabernet Sauvignon Margaret River 2019

Australia
Regular price $55.00per bottle ($660.00per case)
12 bottles per case
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Full & Smooth

This product will be available online as part of the Classics program. Please feel free to contact us at info@npwines.com if you need any assistance locating stock.

Rory Parks is the head winemaker at Moss Brothers, and after 20 years amongst the soil, the vines and the barrels, comes with a wealth of hands-on winemaking experience and a great passion for the art of winemaking. Based in Margaret River, which is embraced by the ocean on three sides resulting maritime influence lends itself to ideal growing conditions.

The fruit was selective harvested and pumped to the fermenter with many whole berries intact. The cool temperature of the fruit allowed a slow start to fermentation, once inoculated, the ferments were pumped over and plunged twice a day, temperature was held around 28°C. A portion of the wine was left on skins post fermentation to soften the tannins and achieve structure

An elegant palate, flavours of and mint, some savoury dry herb notes and layers of mocha and spice from oak maturation. The structure is medium to full bodied with fine tannins and great length. An elegant style with great varietal and regional character.

This wine is perfectly paired with Spice roasted lamb leg with beetroot sauce.

Press Reviews

Wine Companion

96 Points - Erin Larkin

Highly aromatic and very pretty, laden with cassis, raspberry and pomegranate. Totally supple and elegant. The oak is there in a supportive and structuring manner, but is almost imperceptible. Delicious.

Wine Orbit

95 Points - Sam Kim

Classically styled and expressed, the gorgeously complex bouquet shows blackcurrant, dark cherry, clove, cigar and cedar characters. It's powerful yet refined and splendidly harmonious with outstanding fruit purity combined with seductive complexity, finishing impressively long and satisfying. At its best: 2022 to 2034