Yering Station's cellar, built in 1859, has been home to some of Australia's finest wines. In the early years a young cellarhand, Eleanor (nicknamed Nell), was legendary for selecting the most impressive barrels of wine.
She secretly left her mark. A single 'n' etched into an oak barrel—for only the winemaker to discover. To this day, her mysterious markings continue to appear. In honor of Nell, the elegance and character of this wine will satisfy the most discriminating of palates—even Nell's ghost.