Pull on your jumper and boots and enjoy a glass, or 10, of the best wines the Mornington Peninsula has to offer at the Mornington Peninsula Winter Wine Weekend.
An annual tradition, held over the Queens Birthday long weekend, from June 12th to 14th, it’s the perfect opportunity to sample a wide range of Peninsula style wines alongside some perfectly paired food.
The gentle rolling hills and green pastures of the Mornington Peninsula are a part of what makes peninsula wines so special. The landscape provides the perfect terrain for wine making, and the cool, maritime climate is ideal for producing Pinot Noir and Chardonnay varieties.
Presenting over 200 premium wines from 50 of the Peninsulas wineries, the winter wine weekend is sure not to disappoint.
In addition to the The launch of the 'Long Lunch at the Pavilion’ will also be held on Sunday the 13th, giving an opportunity to sample produce from a rare collection of Peninsula wineries without a cellar door alongside a wine matched 3 course meal.
With wandering musicians across the festival, you can stroll the grounds with a glass in hand, enjoy some beautiful food meet the people behind the wines.
Tickets start at $120 for the weekend, with an additional $170 for the ‘Long Lunch’ Sunday which includes a pre-lunch tasting, and a hosted sit-down three course winemaker’s lunch with wines to match.