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2016 Yering Station Little Yering Yarra Valley Pinot Noir

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What is the Little Yering? Well, it’s actually a wine for everyday drinking and comes from one of the Yarra Valley’s most established wineries. Pinot Noir is one of the main grapes that the Yarra does well and Yering Station are no stranger to the style. We think this is the perfect BYO red that would appeal to all and sundry. As with most Pinots you’ll find an attractive perfume of cherries and strawberries with a hint of oak. It’s got a soft, persistent palate with a good core of fruit and a long, savoury finish. It’s a duck-seeking missile.

Winemaker's Notes

Our introductory Pinot Noir. Sourced from younger vines it is soft and juicy with a lovely mix of elegant fruit, savoury spice and earthy undertones. Supple tannins and velvet-like finish.

Colour: Bright red cherry.

Nose: Black cherry and raspberry fruit.

Palate: Ripe and juicy with lovely richness and concentration. Savoury spices and supple tannins.

Cellar: Now - 2020.

Winemaking Note: An early spring prevailed a slightly earlier harvest. Normal to warmer weather and a dry growing season gave the wines power and concentration. These years are the V8 turbo muscle cars that create excitement but require great respect.

Alc/vol: 13.0%

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2016 Yering Station Little Yering Yarra Valley Pinot Noir

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James Halliday (2012 Vintage) says
Good purple-crimson; matured in used French oak for 12 months; an honest, what you see is what you get style, with cherry/raspberry fruit, tannins (plenty) and oak. Good value; may surprise with a few years in bottle.
Australian Wine Companion 2014 Edition 2013

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