Victoria's First Vineyard
Victoria's first vineyard, Yering Station, was originally planted in 1838. Despite the threat of Phyllloxera and the property narrowly avoiding grubbing up to be used as a permanent dairy farm, the vineyard ultimately prevailed.
Rated a 5 star producer by James Halliday, Yering Station create beautiful cool climate Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and expands our Australian selection to include one of the best vineyards in Yarra Valley.
For crisp, elegant wines, this is the Australian winery to taste. A balance between an upfront fruit style and lean acidity means that they shine with any food.
Chief Winemaker, Willy Lunn has more than 25 years extensive and intimate cool climate winemaking experience both in Australia and overseas and has been at Yering Station since July 2008.
Committed to dynamic, experimental and progressive winemaking, Willy is setting the bar very high.