Pioneers in tradition
The wines have been more ‘traditionally Yarra’, reflecting the cooler seasons, longer hang time on the vine resulting in very good wines: fragrant and bright fruit characters with good natural acidity.
IThe Yarra Valley experienced a rebirth at the end of the 1960s, with several wineries establishing themselves in a region that had laid dormant since the early ‘20s. Harrison Davies spoke with Yarra Yering winemaker and general manager Sarah Crowe...
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