Head Winemaker Sarah Crowe down at wonderful Yarra Yering, who won Halliday's Winemaker of the Year back in 2017, simply never disappoints. Her wines, through her intuition, passion, and profound attention t0 detail, each becomes stories in and of themselves - full of character, refinement, and their own unique sense of flavour and charm. With the winery having just been awarded Halliday's Winery of the Year for 2022, there could be no better time to try out this brand new 2019 vintage release - including the high-scoring and rarely seen Dry Red Number 3!
2019 Dry White No 1 - Sémillon Chardonnay - $55 per bottle ; $59 RRP
“65/35% semillon/chardonnay. A wine that’s driven by crisp, piercing acidity. Bracingly fresh, with all manner of citrus flavours and nuances, racy and linear. More stuffing is needed – time will probably do just that, by plumping out the palate.” - 92 Points, Jane Faulkner, 2022 Halliday Wine Companion
2019 Chardonnay - $110 per bottle ; $119 RRP
$55 per 375mL ; $59 RRP
“While Yarra Yering makes its mark as a red wine producer of excellence, of late its chardonnay is really standing out. It’s changing. It’s finer. It’s pristine, with layers of citrus and tangy acidity lengthening out a palate that’s seamless and textural. It has the right amount of moreish sulphides to the fruit weight. Try putting this down.” - 96 Points, Jane Faulkner, 2022 Halliday Wine Companion
2019 Dry Red No 3 Blend - $105 per bottle ; $110 RRP
“This blend of Portuguese varieties has come together seamlessly and offers immediate drinking appeal. Heady with violets and lavender, blackcurrants and Szechuan pepper, blackstrap licorice and Mediterranean herbs, all adding to its youthful beauty. Fine tannins, raspberry-like acidity and complexity raise it way above ordinary.” - 95 Points, Jane Faulkner, 2022 Halliday Wine Companion
At 12.5% alcohol this vintage of the DR3 is absolutely perfect for the coming warm season!
2019 Pinot Noir - $110 per bottle ; $119 RRP
$55 per 375mL ; $59 RRP
“A beautifully balanced and complete wine to either drink now or cellar so it garners more complexity. The former option is hard to beat, revealing plump plums and black cherries, layers of spice and integrated oak. Precision across the palate, raw silk tannins and a freshness to the acidity ensure there’s a lingering quality.” - 96 Points, Jane Faulkner, 2022 Halliday Wine Companion
To purchase the wines in today's offer please use the links above, phone us on (07) 3252 1117, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org - Prices valid until stock runs out or the 18th of October.