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On the nose, this wine has more presence than Little Yering with more complexity; more leather, more nuanced strawberry notes tinged with a touch of spice. There is a solid core of fruit that does not evaporate like floral water, so more of an old world charm with a bit of brightness, if muted. The color matches the finish - longer and deeper than the entry level wine. An excellent and reasonably priced introduction to Pinot Noir. Recommended. Tasted at the 2010 Vancouver INternational Wine Festival.
Mild red fruit aroma, very minerally body with bits of richer strawberry fruit coming out in the finish, which is dry with kind of a saccharine quality. Pretty typical pinot noir, light bodied.
Very big, spicy, hot! Very light color. White shiraz? Very odd!
A pinot noir with some barnyard flavors, good fruit - raspberries.
External Reviews for Yering Station Pinot Noir Yarra Valley
With aromas of herbs, cherries, raspberries, and warm spices on the palate, this medium-bodied wine is quite stunning. Open a bottle tonight and you'll immediately understand why Yering Station has received tremendous accolades in Australia this past year.
Fine and elegant. Generous enough with its meaty black cherry and sweet spice flavors to carry the day, echoing the flavors nicely on the refined finish. Drink now through 2007.
Medium red. Aromas of red berries, cured meat and underbrush. Medium-bodied and gently structured, with good grip to the raspberry fruit and nicely integrated acidity. Finishes with good length and a sweet note of kirsch.
Shows a nice synthesis of juicy red plum, earth, and leather on the palate. A medium-sized wine, but feels pretty big for a Yarra Pinot; has a nice tannic grip in midpalate, and smooth tannins on the medium-length finish.
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