2019 Village Pinot Noir

$28.00
$168.00

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Our Village family of wines are classic expressions of the varieties that the Yarra Valley does best, letting the bright, vibrant fruit flavours speak for themselves. Vibrancy offered from juicy red fruit notes, leading into a complex of savoury characters. Fine-grained tannins and bright acidity provide an elegant structure.

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Viticulture

100% Pinot Noir
2019
Yarra Valley

Tasting Notes

Persian ruby red
Fragrant red raspberries and a lick of milk chocolate
Vibrancy offered from juicy red fruit notes, leading into a complex of savoury characters. Fine-grained tannins and bright acidity provide an elegant structure..

Winemaking

13.00%
750ml
3.61
Totally de-stemmed, whole berry ferments. Hand plunged once a day, increasing to twice daily during peak ferment. Gently pressed with final 50-100L/t separated off to avoid hard tannins.

Professional Reviews

92
The Village range of wines from Yering Station are designed to show off Yarra Valley fruit as a classic expression but this young thing has more depth and complexity than you would imagine from their younger drinking range. Bold ripe strawberries, a hint of earthy farmyard and forest floor, redcurrant jelly and the umami of perfectly seared meat, sweet spices, cranberry, plum skins, sloe berries, cherries all wrapped up in a wine with noticeable tannin and mouthwatering acidity. At $26, this is at the slightly more frivolous end of the Yering Pinot Noir range but it is a smart bottle of wine that will treat your tastebuds for several years to come.
90
Bright ruby-red and vibrant looking, this young pinot opens with strawberry and cherry-like pinot fruit of good intensity. There’s a reductive whiff to it as well, and it builds foresty complexity nicely in the glass, continuing with a fine-textured, light to middleweight palate of attractive persistence. It finishes with agreeable softness and succulence. A delicious quaffer that would easily shade plenty of much-moreexpensive Bourgogne Rouge wines.