Yering Station makes a regular Chardonnay and a Reserve Chardonnay as well; this is its entry-level Chard, and quite a good one. Bright pineapple notes and a hint of grilled fruit are clean and fresh if somewhat straightforward in this medium-bodied wine. Drink now.
Effectively the third-tier effort from this producer (there’s a regular bottling and a reserve in vintages that warrant them), the 2008 Little Yering is nonetheless a respectable Pinot Noir. It’s undeniably herbal in tone, but matches those elements with modest cherry fruit, a slightly chunky texture and a tangy finish. Drink now.