brand: yering station winery
Wine Spectator 88 Tangy and earthy, distinctive for a flavor profile that features red pepper, raspberry, earthy and floral notes, fitting together nicely as the finish
Robert Parker 89 Readers looking for an Australian Chardonnay evocative of a French Chablis should check out this 2002 Chardonnay. A crisp effort, with notes of
James Halliday 94 "Typical bright purple-red; medium-bodied, lively, spicy/juicy berry fruit with sensitive oak and ripe tannins; one of the role models for this combination." "Classic
James Halliday 96 "Bright, clear crimson; a supremely fragrant bouquet with red and black cherry fruit interwoven with allspice, the immaculately constructed and balanced palate, with
" Structured with precision and intensity. Lots of flavour and pristine fruit with classic Shiraz Viognier characters. Very long and focused." ~ Winery notes
James Halliday 93 "Pale quartz-green; a vibrant and fresh wine that speaks of both its sense of place and variety; it is impossible to deconstruct the
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