Yering Station is located in the 'heart of the Yarra Valley, Victoria - one hour's drive from Melbourne.
It all begn wjem Scottish-born Ryrie brothers ventured into the Yarra Valley, acquiring 43,000 acres and naming the land ‘Yering’, its Aboriginal name. The brothers planted two grape varieties but primarily used the land for their cattle. During the early 1850s Paul de Castella took ownership of Yering Station and began developing from what remained primarily a cattle station into a landmark of winemaking in Victoria. Today, Yering is owned and operatied by the Rathbone family who are dedicated to producing wines of quality and distinction. The company is committed to providing an environment that allows its passionate young team to thrive.
Deep crimson violet with black cherries, dark chocolate and twiggy spice on the nose. On the palate there is a complex mix of cherries, dark berries and savoury forest floor spice. The tannin is tightly knit and interwoven with a delicate, yet focusing acid backbone.