Price:  £10.00 | Case Rate: £10.00
Ex Tax: £8.33

Yering Station - Villages Pinot Noir 2014


  • Country: Australia
  • Wine Region: Victoria
  • Wine Area: Yarra Valley
  • Wine Maker: William Lunn
  • Grape: Pinot Noir
  • Grape Percentage: 100%
  • Alcohol Percentage: 13%
  • Unit Quantity (ml): 750
  • Best To Drink: Drink Now
Duty/Vat Paid
WF: 92 (2010) HH: 90 (2010)

Wine tasting notes

Bright crimson in colour with classic Pinot Noir aromas of red/black cherry complemented with brooding earthy undertones. Hints of violets and lavender lift the rich black cherry spice palate which finished with fine velvety tannins.

Winery Information

Yering Station

The cool climate and long, slow ripening season of the Yarra Valley to the east of Melbourne provides an idyllic environment for growing and ripening the likes of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Syrah. . With some of the finest vineyards in the Yarra Valley, Yering Station has pioneered a style across the range of wines, which possess a freshness of fruit quality which is beautifully poised and show an elegance not usually associated with Australia. This balance between New World upfront fruit style.. read more

Expert Reviews

Wine Front (2010)92 pts

Whenever I read the word ‘village’, I pretty much always think ‘idiot’. I’d have made a good one, that’s for sure, though I suspect I’d harbour aspirations of becoming a Grand Cru Idiot.Spice, red and black cherry and a light frame of cedar/vanilla oak with smoky highlights. It’s medium weight with gentle fine grained tannin, attractive fruit sweetness married to sappy complexity and a crisp finish of good length. At the price it’s a strong contender for the title of best affordable ‘go to’ Pinot Noir.

Huon Hooke (2010)90 pts

Light red colour with some brick-red tints and a faint purple rim. Shy, subdued aroma without much primary fruit. Savoury, meaty flavours and evidence of smart oak. Medium-bodied and leanish in profile. Very attractive savoury secondary characters, quite complex and interesting. Moderate length and light tannin grip.

Vinification Notes