Yering Station

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Yering Station is Victoria’s first vineyard dating back to 1838 and is located in the heart of the Yarra Valley only an hours drive from Melbourne. Owned by the Rathbone family, Yering Station remains true to its heritage as a family-owned and operated winery dedicated to producing wines of world-class quality and distinction. The Yering Station philosophy is founded on the bridging point between old and new, employing and respecting traditional, age-old techniques, and enhancing them with their own brand of new world style and sophistication.

JamesHalliday_5RedStarsEstablished: 1988
Address: 38 Melba Highway, Yarra Glen, Vic 3775
Dozen: 60,000
Vineyards: 112 hectares
Winemakers: Willy Lunn, Darren Rathbone
Website: www.yering.com

Wine Range

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Little Yering Cabernet Shiraz

Region: Yarra Valley
Current Vintage: 2010 | Cartons 6 x 750ml

Dark cherry and blackberry characters with hints of leather and nutmeg spice. A concentrated palate showing ripe, elegant dark berry fruit with great intensity & weight, comple mented by soft, fine grain tannins. Great mouthfeel and structure with a powerful and persistent finish.

Rating 91 – James Halliday Australian Wine Companion

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Little Yering Chardonnay

Region: Yarra Valley
Current Vintage: 2013 | Cartons 6 x 750ml

Great intensity with mineral notes, white nectarine and citrus flavours. This wine shows a creamy, nutty complexity with freshness and elegance. The palate is medium weight with clean citrus fruit supported by well integrated French oak and balanced acidity. Great structure and length in the finish, this wine shows typical cool climate characteristics and will reward medium term cellaring.

Rating 90 – James Halliday Australian Wine Companion

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Little Yering Pinot Noir

Region: Yarra Valley
Current Vintage: 2015 | Cartons 6 x 750ml

Lifted perfume of violets and lavender. All spice intertwined with gamey, briary red and black cherry fruits. Complimented with subtle vanillin oak. Soft and juicy palate showing a lovely mix of elegant fruit savoury spice and earthy undertones. Supple tannins and velvet like finish.

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Yering Station Village Cabernet Sauvignon

Region: Yarra Valley
Current Vintage: 2011 | Cartons 6 x 750ml

Cedar Spice with subtle hints of french oak and black cherry fruit on the nose.  Medium bodied with a lovely juicy middle palate. Classic cool climate spice with a soft velvet tannins.

Rating 89 – James Halliday Australian Wine Companion

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Yering Station Village Pinot Noir

Region: Yarra Valley
Current Vintage: 2014 | Cartons 6 x 750ml

Classic Pinot Noir, red/black cherry complimented with brooding earthy undertones. Subtle savoury spice. Hints of violets and lavender on the palate with rich black cherry spice surrounded by vanillin oak. Lovely middle palate concentration supported by fine velvet like tannins.

Rating 90 – James Halliday Australian Wine Companion

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Yering Station Village Shiraz Viognier

Region: Yarra Valley
Current Vintage: 2013 | Cartons 6 x 750ml

Black pepper and clove spice with supporting aromas of rich black forrest cake combining fruit and dark chocolate. Full bodied palate but with feminine beauty. A lovely mix of liquorice all spice and exotic dark plums. Firm but supple tannins give this wine life and longevity.

Rating 93 – James Halliday Australian Wine Companion

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