2021 Little Yering Rose


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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 silky, fresh and approachable. Lush with ripe red and yellow fruits, the palate is wonderfully refreshing.

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86% Shiraz, 11% Nebbiolo, 3% Sangiovese
Yarra Valley

Tasting Notes

Pale pink with copper hues.
Fresh strawberries, orchard fruits and crushed herbs.
A subtle, complexing savoury line runs through, adding beautiful depth. The finish offers structural tannins and an acid whip, the persistency demanding a refill.



Professional Reviews

As pink as the blossoms on a cherry tree, this is a great way to welcome Spring back into our lives. A blend of 86% Shiraz, 11% Nebbiolo and 3% Sangiovese, this has been fermented mainly in stainless steel with a portion in 500-litre puncheons. Crunchy redcurrants, red apples, strawberries, raspberries and a tickle of strawberry liquorice and vanilla, this does exactly as it says on the tin and is a dry and fruity wine that works well on its own or with food. I was insufferable and had this with a pork, quinoa and green apple burger, wasabi rocket salad and dill mayonnaise but a non-pretentious burger of any sort would also work a treat. Or a fish finger sandwich on the beach, something fun and delicious, like the wine.
Salmon-pink in colour. Ripe, red-fruited aromas, strawberry, cherry, musksticks and rose petals. Textured and nicely weighted on the palate, decent fruit-drive and grip. Plenty of strawberry and raspberry, and there's a creaminess and richness to the flavours that works really well. Smart wine.
This is an attractively juicy rosé that has peach, strawberry and melon aromas and flavors, set squarely in drinkable mode. Drink now. Screw cap.