About Yering Station
Nestled in Australia's oldest wine region, the Yarra Valley, is the historic Yering Station winery. This award-winning winery, steeped in tradition, blends a rich past with innovative wine-making methods to produce wine of the highest quality.
Originally established in 1838, Yering Station was revived in 1996 by the Rathbone family, restoring it to its former glory. The elegant, rolling vineyards contain the secret to the winery's award-winning reputation; where wines of subtle nuances and rich flavours are expertly crafted.
The estate breathes a mix of history and modernism. The original winery building, dating back to the mid-19th century, has been honoured in various ways, notably housing the multi-functional cellar door, wine bar and the produce store; On the other hand, the state-of-the-art wine production facilities encapsulate the progressive nature of this storied winery.
Yering Station's wines have become renowned for their distinctive character, a blend of traditional and modern winemaking. The wine offerings predominantly feature Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, known for their light, exquisite profiles, but you'll also discover other varietals; Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Marsanne and Viognier each displaying their unique traits and complexity, oh. The wines are unanimously praised by critics and wine lovers alike.
But wine tasting is not the only experience you can enjoy at Yering Station. The winery also boasts an outstanding restaurant, serving dishes with fresh, local ingredients that aim to compliment the wines it produces. The views over the vineyards and Yarrow Valley, combined with the delectable food and exceptional wines, make for an enchanting experience.
Yering Station perfectly combines history and modernity, grounded in tradition yet always looking forward, This unique fusion of past and present sets it apart, crowning it as a treasure in Australia's wine industry.
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