2012 Calendar wine - Pinot Noir loves the cool climate Yarra Valley. This divine example shows rustic Old World characters, making September's match of roasted spatchcock particularly apt.
Established in 1838, Yering Station is Victoria's first vineyard and with their sustainable approach to winemaking, they’re hoping to be around for many years to come! This divine Pinot exudes black fruit, glazed cherry and dried herb aromas. The palate is rustic and Old World, think Côte de Beaune, and it's all about texture with layers of red fruit, mushroom and toasty oak.
Written by Jason Murray 25/09/12
I love this wine. Its great!