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The Yering Station vineyard, located in the Yarra Valley, has a history dating back to 1838, and is claimed to be one of the oldest in Victoria. The winery and vineyards were purchased by the Rathbone family in 1996, and the property has had a renaissance with further plantings, a partnership with Devaux Champagne and highly skilled winemaker Tom Carson joining the fray. Chief winemaking is now handled by Willy Lunn.
Yering Station Location
Yering Station is located in the Yarra Valley wine-growing region of Victoria. Crop levels are monitored with detail, and yield and quality is key in all aspects of winemaking. Approximately 275 acres of vineyards come under the Yering Station umbrella with sites varying across the Yarra Valley.
Yering Station Wine Styles
Sparkling wines are detailed and complex, textural and created in traditional method for additional flavour profile. Table wines show their cool climate origin, purity of fruit and regional typicity. The single vineyard wines are prestige wines, sitting in the upper echelon of winemaking in the Yarra Valley.
Yering Station Brands
Yering Station is the core brand with Yarrabank sparkling rounding out the portfolio. A second label called ‘Mr Frog’ has also been established.
Yering Station Winery
Winemaking is decidedly traditional with much hands-on activity taking place in the winery. Modern techniques are embraced to fine tune wines, thought traditional method sparkling production is employed. 100% French oak is the focus for the wood regime.
|Wine Region||Yarra Valley|
|Address||38 Melba Highway, Yarra Glen, VIC, 3775, Australia|
|Phone||(03) 9730 0100|
This is blessed with Yarra Valley goodness at every turn, a sparking style to match the best of Champagne that has spent an amazing eight years resting in the bottle to ensure your first glass is full of joyous complexity. The quality and the pric...
Here's a lesson in posh French wine terms for you. Fume Blanc means that a sav blanc has seen some oak. What that also means is that they are wonderful food wines. This offering from Yering Station shows lots of yellow citrus, green apples and dri...
Hailing from the Yarra Valley, this is a lovely dry style of Rose that displays rosewater, red cherry and spicy, earthy scents on the nose. The palate is lighter-bodied and red fruited with bracken and deli-meat notes, gentle tannins, and a dry, s...