We are pleased to share our new brand, Mornington Peninsula Wine and the gradual transition of a new website.
Visit us in this beautiful, restful place just one hour from Melbourne where our talented vignerons produce some of the finest Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay in the country.
Check Mornington Peninsula wineries in a short video tour of the region or find our iPhone app here
The Mornington Peninsula Vignerons Association Inc (MPVA) is the official industry association representing Mornington Peninsula Wineries.
The current plantings in the region started in 1972...
The Mornington Peninsula Wine Region is a special place where vines thrive in sheltered undulating valleys nurtured by a cool maritime climate creating elegant, personality-packed award-winning wines - predominantly Pinot Noir and Chardonnay with Pinot Gris and Shiraz a smaller presence.
Mornington Peninsula's signature wine? It is supple & alluring, coaxing elegant and delicate varietal characters from the locally grown Pinot Noir. Appropriately, the region's wines show great finesse but don't be fooled by any apparent delicacy, as these wines are packed full of intensity, structure & texture.
Browse our Mornington Peninsula Wineries listing to discover more.
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Three vineyards, ten minutes by tractor apart, produce outstanding cool climate wines including single vineyard releases. Fine dining restaurant re-opening early 2019. ...More
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James Halliday 5 red star winery, one of the most exciting wine destinations in Australia, an architectural landmark and home to Kooyong and Port Phillip Estate wines. ...More
Situated on 25 acres overlooking the vines, all four villas feature designer furnishings, king size bed, a spa bath and an open fire place. ...More
Multi award winning tapas & wine bar, spectacular sunsets and views of the bay. Extensive wine list of over 500 different labels. Open 7 days. Facebook.com/twobuoys. ...More
Barmah Park Restaurant and Cellar Door is an oasis with beautiful vineyard views, a kids play area - the perfect first or last stop from the Peninsula. ...More