Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Elsa 12pk 2022

Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Elsa 12pk 2022

Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Elsa 12pk 2022


Winery Details

    Proprietors and winemakers, Clare and Keith Mugford, have established an internationally recognised Margaret River landmark, with a focus on Cabernet Sauvignon. Being part of the Langton’s ‘Exceptional’ ranking since 1991 and other internationally respected wine awards, the couple has also proven that other Moss Wood wines, like Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Semillons, showcase exceptional quality and longevity.

Press Review

    Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Elsa 2022
    94/6% sauvignon blanc/semillon, separately vinified; hand picked, whole-bunch pressed, cultured yeast seeded, fermentation in stainless steel controlled to a maximum of 20˚C; at the halfway mark transferred to French barriques (6% new) to complete fermentation and full mlf; matured in barrel for nine months. It is a wine that takes no prisoners, its complexity and depth proving yet again that Margaret River holds all the cards for this blend, both now or in 10 years time.
    Rating: 95 Points
    Source: James Halliday, The Wine Companion



    Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Elsa  2022 
    Serious sauvignon with white peach, nectarine, spicy French oak, oyster shell, and a hint of feijoa. Taut, invigorating wine with mouthwatering acidity that gives the wine energy and a lingering finish.
    Drink: 2023–2028
    Rating: 95 Points
    Source: BOB CAMPBELL, The Real Review

     


     


    Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Elsa  2022 
    Sauvignon blanc that takes you into another zone. Full malolactic fermentation contributes to its rich generous creamy texture while the use of oak, with about 6% new, adds a defining lift through the palate. The nose offers all manner of things from melon, spices and pear with a varietal gooseberry note. On the palate you get into even more, with layers of honey and lemon curd quite dominant. It’s almost languid and effortless but gathers pace to a long finish.
    Cellar: 10 years
    Rating: 95 Points
    Source: RAY JORDAN, BUSINESS NEWS

    Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Elsa  2022 
    A Savvy that is a million miles from the typical, simple, flavour bombs so prevalent these days. And all the better for it. Complexity and texture are the keys here.
    A gentle lemon hue. We have ripe tropical notes, which are quite exotic and exuberant. Dried apricots, figs, fresh peaches and spices. The merest whiff of vanillin oak with lemon butter on toast. There is complexity here, with balance, length and intensity. A flick of acidity running along that supple and seductive texture. Good focus. Expect this to age well over the next 6 to 8 years and become even more interesting. This might be Savvy, but not as you know it.
    Rating: 93 Points
    Source: KEN GARGETT, WINE PILOT


    Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Elsa  2022 
    Pale colour. Attractive lemon curd, lime, tonic water aromas with hints of grilled nuts. Refreshing palate with lovely lemon grass, lime, touch tropical fruit/ lychee notes, fine looseknit chalky textures and fresh indelible/ crunchy acidity. Vibrant and expressive. Ready to drink or keep for a while.
    Rating: 92 Points
    Source; ANDREW CAILLARD, WINE PILOT.COM – THE VINTAGE JOURNAL


    Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Elsa 2022
    There’s plenty about this wine. Quality release
    Nose – White peach, pear, guava, lychee, generous yet focused with a gooseberry citrus tightness, dried grassy qualities, and hints of toasted oak spice.
    Palate – Medium-bodied, rich, balanced. White stonefruit with a sweeter tropical core, peach, guava, and gooseberry crunchiness. Plenty of volume and impact here, though the line and focus remains strong.
    Very good length, very well made, much to enjoy
    Source: EDWARD AGG, THE CELLAR POST


    Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Elsa 2022
    Straw with a touch of lime and a floral and highly aromatic nose of honeysuckle, gardenia and frangipani with guava, yellow pear, Piel de Sapo melon, snow peas, Chantilly, nougat, cashew and lime cordial.
    There’s a touch of salinity in the background too.
    In the mouth it’s rich, creamy and fulsome, but balanced well by a line of bouncy acidity that drives a core of ripe fruit, hints of leafiness and caramel-nutty oak. Lovely balance and length. A chew of fine tannins hold from the midpalate onwards and it ends on a nectar like hum of fruits. YUM!
    Source: MARC MALOUF, WINES WORTH WRITING ABOUT