Moss Wood Wines is one of Australia's most prominent wineries. Located in the premium sub-region of Wilyabrup in Margaret River, Moss Wood was the second winery to be established in the locality after Vasse Felix. The first Moss Wood vineyard was planted in 1969. Like the other early entrants, the founders were encouraged by the potential of Margaret River to produce wines similar to the Bordeaux greats. In the beginning, Margaret River producers took reference from France as the spiritual home for the best wines with an emphasis on Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Semillon and Chardonnay. But as Margaret River makers became more knowledgeable about winemaking in general and familiarity specifically with their own lands, the collective confidence has gone up many notches. Producers no longer talk about their wines as being similar to certain appellations in France, but rather let them stand on their own.
Keith Mugford was appointed Moss Wood's winemaker in 1979 and became owner together with his wife Clare in 1985. Today, Moss Wood is highly sought after by wine lovers. Their wines are highly regarded by international wine critics (90+ points ratings are common) and the broader consumers as Vivino ratings would attest to.
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