We’re delighted to release an exciting new range of wines specifically with great food in mind.
The Yering Station Village wines have been made with all of the passion and progressive winemaking that goes into our limited production estate wines and pay homage to the pioneering workers tending our historical vineyards – the first planted in Victoria.
In 1838, William Ryrie is credited with planting these inaugural vines at Yering Station and in 1850, Paul de Castella was responsible for its development into one of Victoria’s most important vineyards and winery. In 1852, to support the growth and expansion of this pioneering vineyard, a small village was established nearby that was populated by workers nurturing and tending these important vines. These wines celebrates their pioneering role in establishing Victoria’s first vineyard.
Designed for drinking in the short to medium term while your ‘Estate’ wines are maturing in cellar, they will certainly reward medium term cellaring.
The new Yering Station Village range is uniquely available through restaurants and selected independent retailers and, of course, at our beautiful cellar door in the Yarra Valley.
We hope you enjoy exploring these new releases and would love to hear your feedback on them.
2010 Yering Station Reserve Shiraz Viognier A concentrated palate revealing intense flavours of blackberries, spice and cedar. Tightly structured with toasty French oak characters and fine grained, persistent tannins.