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Winemaker: Brendan Hawker, James Oliver & Darren Rathbone
Yering Station has been core to the Victorian wine story for almost two centuries.
Established in 1838 by the pioneering Ryrie brothers, Yering Station was originally a small vineyard - the first in the state of Victoria. Changing hands between families throughout the centuries that followed, the Rathbone family ultimately purchased the property in 1996 and have since expanded it into a world-class winery and destination.
A jewel of the Yarra Valley, Yering Station produces world- class cool climate wines that proudly exhibit regional authenticity and varietal integrity. Particularly renowned for their classic renditions of chardonnay, pinot noir, shiraz viognier and cabernet sauvignon.
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