Yering Station Shiraz Viognier 2010 (12 x 375mL half bottle), Yarra Valley.

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
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$263.88 per case
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The first release of this wine shows terrific structure and enticing savoury fruit. A fabulous introduction to our passion for co-fermenting Shiraz and Viognier.

NB: The actual bottle is 375mL

VIC - Yarra Valley

Expert Reviews

Light, bright hue; the bouquet is highly fragrant, clearly a function of the viognier; the medium-bodied palate is full to the brim with vibrant black and red cherry fruit, leaving just enough space for the French oak and fine-grained tannins to add their contribution. Rating 96 - Drink by 2020 - James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion (SEP/2011)

Winery Tasting Notes


Deep black/purple


Black pepper and clove spice. Rich Black Forrest cake combining fruit and dark chocolate.


Full bodied but with feminine beauty. A lovely mix of liquorice all spice and exotic dark plums. Firm but supple tannins give this wine life and longevity.


Drink now - 2016

winemaker comments The addition of 5% Viognier co-fermentation really fills in the middle palate giving structure. Careful oak handling ensured balance and wonderful complexity.

VIC - Yarra Valley
Grape Style
Shiraz Blends
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

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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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