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Moojelup Farm

best drinking summer wine

RAY JORDAN WINE GUIDE 2017

Moojelup Farm Thompsons Block Shiraz 2013 ($22)

There is a highly distinct aroma here with minty peppermint characters strongly evident. The palate is beautifully textured and smooth with ripe tannins and plush fruit. Has a nice smoky savoury character with some appealing sweet fruit characters.

Score: 89/100          Cellar: 5 years     BUY HERE

 

Moojelup Farm Thompsons Block Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 ($18)

This wine has come on rather well over the past 12 months. Plenty of black fruits dominate the nose from the outset. There’s a powerful wave of blackcurrant and dark liqueur chocolate with a trace of jubey confectionary character. The palate is rich and laden with sweet fruit flavours balanced by some nice oak treatment.

Score: 90/100          Cellar: 4 years   BUY HERE

 

 

 

RAY JORDAN WINE GUIDE 2016

      Moojelup Farm vermentino 2015 ($20)

Interesting and impressive take on this variety. It’s been fermented in old oak which adds considerably to the texture without any noticeable oak influence. The fruit retains its spicy grassy freshness, while the palate offers good fruit richness held with a delicate acidity. Very nice wine for current drinking.

SCORE 91/100 CELLAR 3 years

Moojelup Farm Thompsons Block cabernet sauvignon 2013 ($22)

Plenty of black fruits dominate the nose from the outset. There’s a powerful wave of blackcurrant and dark liqueur chocolate with a trace of jubey confectionery character. The palate is rich and laden with sweet fruit flavours balanced by some nice oak treatment.

SCORE 89/100 CELLAR 6 years

 

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