*Actual bottle may be different from the product image on website. Vintage/Year of the bottle is not guaranteed unless stated.
Yering Station is found in the heart of the Yarra Valley, Victoria. The Rathbone family owns and operates the winery, who’s vineyards were the first planted in the Yarra in 1838. The area, and the winery, are both known to produce elegant cool-climate Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The long and cool ripening season allows for the wines to build acidity and strong aromatics without producing sugary wines with high alchohol. The vintage in particular was noteably long and cool, increasing the style of cool-climate Chardonnay. The Chardonnay was aged in both French oak barriques and stainless steel vats for 2-3 weeks, and then aged in used French oak for up to 9 months. The used barrels will give a subtler flavour of oak, while allowing for controlled oxygen exposure. Serve chilled to 10 degrees Celsius and enjoy over the next 2 years.