The Mornington Peninsula Vignerons are on tour, hosting a consumer tasting from 6–9pm on Tuesday September 3, in the Sunroom at the Ivy.
This spring tasting will be focusing on the region’s pinot noir, chardonnay and pinot gris. The combination of powerhouse pioneers, winemakers, owners, legends and the ‘next-generation’ with their own ambitions includes Ten Minutes by Tractor, Merricks Estate, Port Philip Estate, Yabby Lake, Kooyong, Scorpo, Willow Creek, Paradigm Hill, Main Ridge Estate, Paringa Estate, Hand Picked, Kerri Greens, Ocean Eight, Polperro, Stonier Estate, Crittenden Estate, Miceli, Quealy, Montalto, Moorooduc, Principia and Foxey’s Hangout.
Ticket includes entry, tasting of 80 wines, a generous grazing table, and a Riedel glass to take home.
The Mornington Peninsula is a region located 80km south of Melbourne. It has a cool, maritime climate with prevailing southerly winds coming off Bass Strait which moderate temperatures to provide mild growing conditions, which has proven particularly suitable to pinot noir.