Regular price $539.00
The Yeringberg Red Blend is one of those wines that have a huge following and their 2013 vintage surely does not disappoint! Crafted with well-matured vines, the different fruits were fermented in separate batches before blended. Named “Yeringberg of the highest order” [Tyson Stelzer, Wine Business Magazing Jul/Aug 2016], this cabernet blend takes complexity to the next level. Perfumed with violet, dark fruit medley especially blackcurrant and cassis with hints of cedar. Fragrant fruit flavours persist with redcurrant, cherry, fresh raspberry with a touch of star anise, licorice and tobacco. Soft tannins with a persistent vanilla finish. Pair this with a beef tenderloin with blackberry dressing or a beautiful mushroom risotto with toasted pine nuts. Only 4,140 bottles produced.
*Langton's Classification VII - Outstanding
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|Region:||Yarra Valley, Australia|
57% Cabernet Sauvignon, 14% Cabernet Franc, 11% Malbec, 11% Merlot, 7% Petit Verdot
22 months in French oak (40% new)
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DEC = Decanter
JH = James Halliday Australian Wine Companion
JS = James Suckling
LC = Langton's Classification
RP = Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
TA = Tim Atkin Rioja Special Report
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WE = Wine Enthusiast
WS = Wine Spectator