Little Yering Chardonnay 2013 (6 x 750mL), Yarra Valley, VIC.

Liquor Act 2007: It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Liquor licence LIQP770010049

RRP $18

$15.99 per Bottle
$95.94 per pack


From Yering's young vines in the Yarra. This wine shows a creamy, nutty complexity with freshness and elegance.

VIC - Yarra Valley

Expert Reviews

Yarra Valley chardonnay that spent some time in French oak is very tempting at this price, its varietal authenticity never in doubt. Has a year or two in front of it. Rating 92 - Drink by 2016, James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion (SEP/2014).

Attractive wine. Attractive price.

It certainly shines a positive light on Yarra Valley chardonnay. It’s peachy but refreshing, cut with apple and citrus and lengthy enough. Oak-spice plays a minor role. Above average, with ease. Rating 90 - Drink by 2017, Campbell Mattinson, (JAN/2015).

Winery Tasting Notes


Pale straw in colour.


Great intensity with mineral notes, grapefruit and cool citrus flavours. This wine shows a delicate balance between ripe fruit, crisp acidity and subtle oak.


Medium weight with clean citrus fruit supported by well integrated French oak and balanced acidity. Great structure and length in the finish, this wine shows typical cool climate characteristics and will reward medium term cellaring.

VIC - Yarra Valley
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Red Five Star Winery - Australian Wine Companion 2014

The historic Yering Station (or at least the portion of the property on which the cellar door sales and vineyard are established) was purchased by the Rathbone family in 1996 and is also the site of the Yarrabank joint venture with French Champagne house Devaux (see separate entry). A spectacular and very large winery has been erected, handling the Yarrabank sparkling wines and the Yering Station table wines. It immediately became one of the focal points of the Yarra Valley, particularly as the historic Chateau Yering, where luxury accommodation and fine dining are available, is next door. Yering Stations own restaurant is open every day for lunch, providing the best lunchtime cuisine in the Valley. In 2008 Tom Carson moved on and was replaced by William (Willy) Lunn, a graduate of Adelaide University with more than 24 years cool climate winemaking experience around the world, including at Petaluma, Shaw + Smith and Argyle Winery (Oregon). Exports to all major markets.

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