“- Pale straw in colour with green hues. Lovely white peach & pear fruit aromas, creamy 'barrel ferment' & cashew nut supported by a citrus/mineral freshness.
- The palate is an intoxicating mix of stone fruit purity with an edgy flintiness.
- Vanillin oak spice richness finishing with a crisp, clean acid tail.
- Try with roast chicken, or if the weather is nice this wine will also pair nicely with barbequed vegetables, chicken or Shrimps.
- 100% Chardonnay.”
“Yering Station Village Chardonnay Australia Victoria 2010 White 75Cl; Pale straw in colour with green hues. Lovely white peach & pear fruit aromas creamy 'barrel ferment' & cashew nut supported by a citrus/mineral freshness. The palate is an intoxicating mix of stone fruit purity with an edgy flintiness. Vanillin oak spice richness finishing with a crisp clean acid tail.”
“Lovely aromas of peaches and pears, with a creamy texture and flavours of citrus fruits
Victoria's first vineyard, Yering Station, was originally planted in 1838. Despite the threat of Phylloxera and the property narrowly avoiding grubbing up to be used as a permanent dairy farm, the vineyard ultimately prevailed.
For crisp, elegant wines, this is the Australian winery to taste. A balance between an upfront fruit style and lean acidity means that they shine with any food.
Grapes: 100% Chardonnay
Region: Australia / Victoria / Yarra Valley
Maker: Willy Lunn
Notes: The fresh white wine has lovely aromas of peaches and pears. It has a creamy texture, with flavours of citrus fruits, accompanied by mineral freshness and a hint of vanilla on the finish
Serve: At 10-12c with Summer Salads, White Fish eg Cod, Pollack, Dover Sole or Chicken