2002 Yering Station Shiraz Viognier Yarra Valley, A$23

December 2004
Australian Gourmet Traveller WINE;Summer2004, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p135
The article focuses Yering Station Shiraz Viognier Yarra Valley. The bundle of trophies won by the 2001 vintage were compelling evidence that this wine was close to the best released in Australia. Winemaker Tom Carson has fashioned an opulent wine with alluring allspice and white pepper aromas, rich dark plums, fruitcake, chocolate and mocha characters and fine tannins on a lingering finish. Oak is beautifully integrated with the fruit, the texture is satiny smooth and the taste complex and satisfying.


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