James Suckling, 93 points
"A creamy, fruity and delicious wine with cream texture and cooked-apple and lemon undertones. Medium to full body. Fruity finish. Drink now."

Wine Enthusiast, 90 points
"This is a deft example of a modern Aussie Chard at an affordable price. Restrained and food-friendly, it leads with slightly reductive stony, mineral notes but opens quickly to aromas of citrus and stone fruit and ginger spice. The palate comes with a lovely texture and balanced acidity, but the finish is a bit abrupt."

WHY WE LOVE IT
  • BLEND
    Chardonnay
  • APPELLATION
    Yarra Valley, Australia
  • ALCOHOL
    13.00%
  • SIZE
    750ml

We continue to be blown away by how much the Yering Station wines over-deliver. At our terrifically awesome price, you get SERIOUS citrus freshness with TONS of secondary creamy fruit. Apples, lemon curd, mineral, very piquant and zippy, with a long finish -- around here we call it “The Freshmaker”! $14! Astounding!

Yering Station was established in 1838 by the pioneering Ryrie brothers, who adopted the Aboriginal name “Yering” for their new station. In 1996, the Rathbone family purchased the property drawn to its natural beauty, history and the great promise of its wines.

Today, Yering Station is one of the jewels of the Yarra Valley region, attracting tourists and wine enthusiasts from around the globe. Recognized for its landmark winery/restaurant complex, the building sits harmoniously within the landscape of heritage architecture and the beautiful vineyards from which their winemakers craft beautiful, pure wines with decades of critical acclaim.

James Suckling, 93 points: “A creamy, fruity and delicious wine with cream texture and cooked-apple and lemon undertones. Medium to full body. Fruity finish. Drink now.”

Drink now indeed! We are! Unscrew that bottle and let the freshness out as soon as it hits your front porch, office or wherever you receive our treats! BUT, do it quick, we have about 25 cases and that’s it!

TASTING NOTES 

A citrus backbone complimented with melon and ripe apple fruit. Fresh and lively with lovely middle palate concentration. Juicy and succulent showing typical cool climate elegance.

THE STORY TO KNOW

Yering Station was established in 1838 by the pioneering Ryrie brothers who adopted the Aboriginal name “Yering” for their new station. In 1996 the Rathbone family purchased the property drawn to its natural beauty, history and the great promise of its wines.

Today Yering Station is one of the jewels of the Yarra Valley region, attracting tourists and wine enthusiasts from around the globe. Recognised for its landmark winery/restaurant complex, the building sits harmoniously within the landscape of heritage architecture and the beautiful vineyards from which our winemakers craft award winning wines.