Whenever I eat lamb back-strap, Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon is not far away. This time it was the 2003 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is screw-capped, and the cherry flavoured nose quite fresh on opening. The fruit flavours are the more typical black- and redcurrant expressions. The wine is quite ripe and plummy, with fruit flavours still dominating. The wine fills the mouth very well, and it is not overly sweet. The tannins are quite soft and silky. This is a very smooth expression of Cabernet Sauvignon.