2018 Little Yering Shiraz


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An introduction to the world of Yering Station, this wine stands as an exemplary Victorian expression. Produced with clean and modern winemaking techniques, it is rich, juicy and approachable. Plum fruits are overlayed with an array of dried herbs and earthy spices. Silky yet firm, powerful yet inviting.

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100% Shiraz

Tasting Notes

Rich purple/red.
Lovely aromas of chocolate, plums and five spice.
Dark, brooding flavours of blackberry jam supported by anise and soft cedary oak.



Professional Reviews

100% shiraz, fermented as whole berries, all old oak (and actually old oak at that, rather than merely “not new”; the oak here ranged from 5-10 years old). Yes. Buy. ‘Nuff said. Meat, plum, toast and cedarwood characters put on a lovely, fruitdriven-but-savoury show. Oak adds polish. Maybe some game here too but as a positive. Punchy tannin. Robust and bodied, yet charming.
Claret-purple colour, exotic aromas of sweet tobacco and mulled wine. Dry, savoury and full-bodied, tannins are supple and sleek. Plump cherry and blackberry flavours with a hint of clove and vanilla to finish.