Yering Station 'Little Yering' Shiraz 2020

The Yering Station 'Little Yering' Shiraz is produced from estate-grown Shiraz vines that are now 20-years-old and planted in vineyards at Yarra Glen, Yering and Coldstream. An additional portion comes from Heathcote to help build a lovely chocolate complexity to the fruit. The cooler sites allow for excellent diurnal temperature shifts, which imbues the fruit with intense aromatics and natural, refreshing acidity. At the winery, following fermentation, the wine underwent malolactic conversion and was matured for 18 months in seasoned French oak 500-litre puncheons and 228-litre barriques of which 10% were new. Little Yering is a juicy, fruity and cool-climate Shiraz, with spicy plum and blackberry fruit layered with a touch of violet and white pepper on the soft, lush palate.

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Yering Station
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The Producer Yering Station | Yarra Valley

With vines first planted in 1838 by the Scottish-born Ryrie brothers, Yering Station can lay claim to being the first vineyard in Australia's Victoria State. The brothers acquired 17,400 hectares and planted two grape varieties at the time - black cluster and sweet water. In 1850, the site was sold...

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Organic vines in Vineyard with crop cover

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