Yarraloch is unashamedly inspired by the great wines of Europe. The singular focus of YarraLoch is to create world class wines from the Yarra Valley which are distinguished by their elegance, balance and complexity.

There is a touch to these wines that lifts them well above the pack – great examples of what the Yarra does so well. This is a gleaming crimson in colour. The nose has spices, herbs, raspberries, cranberries, truffle notes, bay leaves, freshly picked beetroot, dried herbs, bergamot, coffee grinds and animal skins. Good early complexity and any oak influence is now very much part of the wine – nothing sticks out. It is indeed seamless with very good length, fine balance and silky tannins. The wine is also taut and driven by a vibrant line of acidity so should drink well at any stage over the next eight years, as it continues to evolve. Tasted: December 2022; Drink: 2022 - 2030; Price: $40.00; Rating: 94 Points; Ken Gargett

A most impressive Pinot Noir from the Yarra Valley with aromas of plum and cherry with a little red fruit influence showing some subtle pomegranate characters. The palate has excellent fruit concentration with an appealing suppleness but there is structure and spine here too carrying through to a long finish which will support further cellaring. Tasted: December 2022; Drink: 2022 - 2032; Price: $40.00; Rating: 93 Points; Ray Jordan

The nose is built around black cherry with rhubarb, bracken and sweeter spice. The palate is medium bodied with a continuation of the firm, textural black cherry that gives a backdrop for finely nuanced plum and blueberry fruits to have impact, there is lightness and floral lift across the mid palate and an understated smokiness that fits the style. Good length that is more about savoury influence than primary fruits. A wine that will evolve really well over time. Date: Nov 2022; Drink: 2022-2032; Rating: 93 Points; Patrick Eckel - Wine Reviewer

Blend of 87/13% MV6/D clones, 8% whole bunches and matured in French puncheons (15% new). A bright and quite deep crimson red. An impressive core of darker fruits, including dark cherry and blueberries, with the oak sitting discreetly in the background. Medium–full bodied, there is both enough stuffing and tannins for this to soften and become more complex over the next 5–8 years. Date: Dec 2021; Alcohol: 13.5%; Price: $40.00; Drink by: 2028; Rating: 92 Points; Philip Rich; James Halliday Wine Companion



SKU 13925
Brand YarraLoch
Shipping Weight 1.3333kg
Unit Of Measure ea

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