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Review: Yering Station – Shiraz Viognier (2012)

Shiraz Viognier from Yering Station

The Wine Review:

I find it hard to fault most things coming out of the Yarra but a shiraz viognier? Worth a shot! N: Earthy toasted tones initially. Apricot aspects of viognier opens up with some vanilla notes coming out T: Blackberry and toasted oak initially. A subtle viognier tang medium high acid on the mid to finish. Tannins are pretty smoothed out with a slight dustiness at the end Nice length with the viognier flavours backing up the earthiness A smouldering campfire bringing comfort in the cold light of the morning

Other Infomation

Wine Name
Shiraz Viognier

Varietal
184

Vintage
2012

Alcohol by Volume
14 %

Price
$ 34

Country
Australia

Appellation
950

Scorecard
's Rating
Aroma & Bouquet
7.8
Taste & Length
7.8
Value
6.8
Scores

Date Tasted: 2016/02/10

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7.8
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Peter Tan
Dilettante. I had to look that up.

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