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Yering Station Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2011
  • Expressive Yarra Valley Pinot Noir
  • 91 points by James Halliday
  • Crafted with 100% whole berry fermentation

Yering Station Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2011 x6

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This masterfully crafted Pinot Noir from Yarra Valley is pure Pinot perfection. With an incredible 91 James Halliday points to back up its excellence, this wine is expressive of an exceptional cool climate harvest. On the palate you'll find cherry fruit notes with velvet-smooth tannins and subtle oak spices. Delicious!

Wine Region

YARRA VALLEY

Drink Until

2016

Varieties

100% Pinot Noir

Alcohol

13.0%

Foods

Oak

Matured in French oak.

Colour

Bright, red cherry.

Nose

Dark cherry, blackberry and vanilla bean spice withbrooding richness. Lovely lifted violet perfume sweetness.

Palate

Integrated redblack cherry fruit create a platform balanced by velvet tannins overlayed by svelt oak spices. Expressive wine of an exceptional cool climate harvest.

Background

" Cool, dry start to season had us waiting in anticipation and we were not disappointed. A classic cool, long ripening vintage providing intense fruit flavours and lingering concentration. 2011 displays focus, richness and a youthfulness not seen since 2005." Yering Station.

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