Rich White | Australia

Yering Station Little Yering Chardonnay


Creamy, powerful, woody

Varietals: Chardonnay
Origin: Yarra Valley, Australia
ABV: 12.0%

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• 93 points, James Suckling
• Silver, International Wine Challenge 2010
• Bronze, International Wine Challenge 2011

Eyes: Pale lemon
Nose: Appealing citrus, vanilla, intense white peach, honeysuckle
Mouth: Steely fresh palate, smooth, integrated

From the impressive Yering Station, this Chardonnay offers toasty flavours with ripe peach aromas leading to a textured finish.

Pair with goats' cheese, or pineapple and peach salsa.

Serving temperature: Chilled at 7-13°C
Storage: Up to 3-5 days after opening

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About Yering Station

With vines first planted in 1838, Yering Station is proudly Victoria’s first vineyard. A jewel of the Yarra Valley, we produce world-class cool climate wines from our vineyards which are famously renowned for their expressive varietal integrity.

Considered one of the region’s leading wineries, our wines attract attention and admiration from wine lovers across the globe. So too does our estate – our historic cellar door, stunning signature restaurant and breathtaking grounds making for a truly unforgettable Yarra Valley wine experience.

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About Rich White

Rich whites are full-bodied white wines that are perfect for red wine lovers because of their rich smooth taste with subtle creaminess. What makes them different than light white wines usually involves special winemaking techniques including the use of oak-aging, (just like aged whiskeys, wine becomes smoother with barrel aging too).

The classic choice for this wine is Chardonnay and particularly Chardonnay from a warmer climate (like California, Spain or Italy). Beside Chardonnay, another great option in this style is Viognier.