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Yering Station Pinot Noir Reserve 2010, Yarra Valley, Victoria

Drunk November 2013

The winery

See my recent review of the Yering Station Shiraz/Viognier 2007 for details of the winery

http://fermented-grape.squarespace.com/wines-i-am-drinking/2013/10/25/yering-station-2007-yarra-valley-heathcote-shiraz-viognier-v.html

The wine

An impressive Pinot Noir from the Yering Station vineyard with the relatively cool climate of the Yarra Valley coming through in spades. 

See the video by winemaker Willy Lunn at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oN2CbvsiFVM

I agree with Willy, purity, elegance and concentration. Raspberry, plum, cinnamon and oak aromas. The palate is smooth and structured with ripe and juicy fruit of red berry cranberry with spice, complemented by smooth tannins followed by a lovely long finish. If the French ever thought Australia couldn't do good Pinot Noir, think again.