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Yering Station

Yering Station
Website : www.yering.com

The cool climate and long, slow ripening season of the Yarra Valley to the east of Melbourne provides an idyllic environment for growing and ripening the likes of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. With some of the finest vineyards in the Yarra Valley, Yering Station has pioneered a style across the range of wines, which possess a freshness of fruit quality which is beautifully poised and show an elegance not usually associated with Australia. This balance between New World upfront fruit style and complexity make the great wines of Yering Station an invaluable addition to any wine list. Chief Winemaker Willy Lunn is committed to a non-interventionist approach to allow full expression of the characteristics
of this cool-climate region, a philosophy which has seen Yering Station become a benchmark cool climate winery across Australia. This year, with the release of the first vintages that have been 100% under Willy’s guiding hand; the range will undergo an image makeover to represent the developments in style and quality that Willy has brought to Yering Station, ensuring that Yering will remain at the top of the Yarra Valley’s quality producers and remain relevant to the modern market for many years to come.

Other wines by this producer

  1. 2010 Reserve Chardonnay, Yering Station

    Pale straw in colour with refined aromas of citrus, peach and fig characters, a touch floral with some subtle oak complexity and hints of hazelnut and cream. The palate is focused, intense and finely structured displaying exceptional purity of flavour, fine acidity and length.

  2. 2010 Reserve Pinot Noir, Yering Station

    Concentrated and complex nose with lovely ripe, intense fruit of black cherry and plums. Fine French oak adds a toasty, smoky aroma. The palate is full, plush and concentrated with great poise and velvety tannins. It has a long, persistent finish.

    Very complex in quite full-on style that splits the difference between, say, Mornington and Russian River Valley. Great sweetness. Spicy and flattering – quite long. 17/20 - Jancis Robinson MW

  3. 2007 Village Shiraz Viognier, Yering Station

    Classic young intense Shiraz Viognier. Fragrant perfumed and classy with loads of dark fruits, spice pepper, blackberry jam and violets.

  4. 2010 Village Chardonnay, Yering Station

    Pale straw in colour with green hues. Lovely white peach & pear fruit aromas, creamy 'barrel ferment' & cashew nut supported by a citrus/mineral freshness. The palate is an intoxicating mix of stone fruit purity with an edgy flintiness. Vanillin oak spice richness finishing with a crisp, clean acid tail.

  5. 2010 Chardonnay, Little Yering, Yering Station

    Great intensity on the nose with mineral notes, white nectarine and citrus flavours along with a creamy, nutty complexity. Medium weight with clean citrus fruit supported by well integrated French oak and balanced acidity.

  6. 2012 Pinot Noir, Little Yering, Yering Station

    Aromas of lifted strawberry and red cherry fruit with gamey notes, complimented with subtle vanillin oak. The palate is well structured and persistent with great depth of fruit and savouriness on the finish.

  7. 2011 Chardonnay, Little Yering, Yering Station

    Great intensity on the nose with mineral notes, white nectarine and citrus flavours along with a creamy, nutty complexity. Medium weight with clean citrus fruit supported by well integrated French oak and balanced acidity.

  8. 2012 Shiraz Viognier, Little Yering, Yering Station

    Rich plum and blackberry with an array of spice and hints of Viognier aromatics. Juicy, rich dark berry fruit with wonderful texture and soft, dry tannins.

  9. 2011 Village Pinot Noir, Yering Station

    Bright crimson in colour with classic Pinot Noir aromas of red/black cherry complemented with brooding earthy undertones. Hints of violets and lavender lift the rich black cherry spice palate which finished with fine velvety tannins.

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