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Little Yering Chardonnay

Little Yering Chardonnay

Little Yering Chardonnay

Pale Straw in colour with a pure and complex nose of flinty, minerally characters as well as citrus with some almond and spicy complexity. The palate is clean and fresh with well-integrated oak characters. Like the nose, the palate is quite minerally and shows great poise.

Great intensity on the nose with mineral notes, white nectarine and citrus flavours along with a creamy, nutty complexity. Medium weight with clean citrus fruit supported by well integrated French oak and balanced acidity.

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Little Yering Chardonnay – a great wine from a brilliant winery

Producer: Colour: WhiteGrape: AustralianRegion: VictoriaAlcohol: 13%Vintage: 2016Flavours: , , Grape Details: ChardonnayVinification: Grapes are sourced from the cool viticultural region of the Yarra Valley, north east of Melbourne. After destemming, the grapes are gently crushed and pressed into stainless steel tanks for cooling and settling prior to fermentation in French oak barriques, 25% of which are new. There is no malolactic fermentation performed in order to retain the natural acidity formed in the cool climate ripened grapes, but the lees are stirred in barrel during its 11 months ageing. Bottling is with a light filtration and fining.Cellaring: This wine will age beautifully over the next 4-5 years.SKU: YERST07

£12.99 a bottle

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Yering Station

Established in 1838 as the first vineyard in Victoria, it is an outstanding property in the heart of the Yarra Valley, one hour east of Melbourne, with a burgeoning reputation. The Yering Station winery is state-of-the art, and highly flexible, planned and built under the watchful gaze of the Rathbone family and winemakers Tom Carson and Darren Rathbone, it is ideal for the production of the often fickle Pinot Noir and allows the gentle handling vital to produce elegant, attractive wines.

Yarra Valley

Victoria is a small state in area, but home to possibly the largest number of wineries in Australia, most of them which are small family-run operations. Victoria’s diverse topography, combining numerous mountain ranges, like the Grampians and the Victorian Pyrenees throughout the centre; flat plains in the northeast; and hilly, ocean-cooled reaches in the Melbourne area, make its vineyards amongst the most scenic in Australia. An enormous range of wine styles are available, and virtually every varietal flourishes in some part of the state.

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