2021 Yering Station Pinot Noir

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The proud definition of our house style. These wines are produced from vineyards that are carefully managed by Yering Station’s  team to ensure the reflect, and continue to reflect, Yarra Valley’s hallmark characters.

Opening with complex with bright red strawberries, savoury forest floor, fragrant spice and oak toast. Silky and ethereal with beautiful shape, flow and balance. There is great purity and elegance in the delicate, red and black berry fruits that are supported by florals and briar spice. The finish is long and memorable.

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Viticulture

100% Pinot Noir
2021
Yarra Valley

Tasting Notes

Brilliant ruby red.
Complex with bright red strawberries, savoury forest floor, fragrant spice and oak toast.
Silky and ethereal with beautiful shape, flow and balance. There is great purity and elegance in the delicate, red and black berry fruits that are supported by florals and briar spice. The finish is long and memorable.

Winemaking

12.5%
750ml
3.62

Professional Reviews

93
Fully destemmed and matured in 500L French puncheons (15% new) for 9 months. A bright crimson ruby. Opens well with a tight core of strawberry and cranberry fruit. There's a little spice, with the oak sitting discreetly in the background. Equally bright on the very even and persistent palate, this should provide plenty of enjoyment now and over the next 5 or so years.
93
A light to medium bodied pinot noir delivering a bright and vibrant palate. Red berry truffle oil characters on the nose with a slightly ferruginous character. A silky bright palate with a balance between the oak and the fine chalky thread of tannins. Very long finish. This makes a statement about pinot. 93/100
92
Plenty of bass notes to this earthen, macerated, spice-riddled Pinot Noir. It’s perfectly well balanced and satisfying through the finish, and drinks well accordingly, now, but you get the feeling that this wine will be better again given a couple of extra years in the bottle. It’s not backward but it’s not so much about upfront fruit; it rumbles through the palate and then on. “Valley floor” style pinot noir, done well.
93
Bright ruby, shiny and appealing to look at, this has inviting aromas of crushed raspberries, forest air and earth. Its varietal purity continues through a palate that's light mid-weight, quenching, fine in texture and balanced in tannin structure. Harmony is the thing with this pinot, making it a deliciously satisfying drop.