Top 10 wines in the UK press

24th June, 2013 by Andy Young

2010 Moss Wood Pinot Noir

Moss Wood Pinot NoirThis is the wine recommended by Jane MacQuitty in The Times, who picked this out as a “keeper”. She wrote: “Moss Wood was the second estate to plant vines in Western Australia, after Vasse Felix, and Pinot Noir has long been a passion of theirs. So much so that the Mugfords of Moss Wood have now bought vines in a prime spot in Victoria: the windy, maritime-influenced Mornington peninsula. The first Moss Wood Pinot Noir vintage here was 2008, but this gorgeous, beefy, complex, richly spiced 2010, with lots of fleshy, structured strawberry-stashed fruit, is their best yet. Compare and contrast this magnificent Pinot Noir with Red Claw now. Alternatively put it away until 2015 and beyond for more truffle and rich game flavours to develop.”

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