Located only one hour south-east of Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula is a unique and beautiful place. Nestled between Western Port and Port Phillip Bays and fronting the tempestuous grandeur of Bass Strait, its unique maritime and cool climate offer wonderful wine growing conditions.
Country in aspect, the hills and beachscapes are dotted with over 200 vineyards and more than 50 cellar doors and restaurants. Fresh, seasonal and organically grown produce is abundant.
Rapidly developing as one of the most exciting and interesting wine making regions in Australia, Mornington Peninsula wines are increasingly being recognised for their unique and fascinating regional characteristics. Cool climate, late ripening and prolonged gentle autumns ensure outstanding fruit flavours and wine characterised by high natural acidity and fine tannins which have substance and complexity.