Light Red | Australia

Yering Station Little Yering Pinot Noir


Light, perfumed

Varietals: Pinot Noir
Origin: Yarra Valley, Australia
ABV: 13.5%

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• 90 points, Wine Enthusiast

Eyes: Cherry red
Nose: Smells like violets, lavender, red and black cherry fruits.
Mouth: Tastes spicy and fruity.

"This is a simple but elegant Pinot from one of the Yarra's historic producers. Full of delicate red fruit and plums and laced with savoury if slightly soapy wood notes, the palate is relatively light weight but firmly structured. The fruit veers on the tart side and the oak makes itself known, but overall there's a lovely freshness and purity of fruit here, along with plenty of bang for your buck." - Christina Pickard for Wine Enthusiast

Pair with salmon, tuna and roast chicken.

Serving temperature: Cellar temp. at 13-16°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.