Our tour aims to be a fun but informative adventure of the Mornington Peninsula, allowing you to taste and discover more about its premium wines. Wineries In Mornington Peninsula will take you to a range of wineries that demonstrate the varying micro climates of the Mornington Peninsula, showing you how this impacts on the end result of the wine. Wineries In Mornington Peninsula also like to mix up the style of the wineries. This will allow you to discover the diverse range of wines that this region produces.
We cater for couples and small groups of up to seven people. This allows us to visit some of the smaller boutique wineries, offering an intimate cellar door experience. Avoid the hustle and bustle of the big public tours and join us on a personalised private winery tour.
Wineries In Mornington Peninsula believes that the food is an important part of your winery tour experience. That’s why we include a premium winery lunch as a standard inclusion on our tours. Talk to us about our range of dining options from lighter share plate options through to fine dining at a chef’s hat awarded restaurant.
Why choose Wineries In Mornington Peninsula for your winery tour? We have the local knowledge, the wine making experience, and the passion to create for you a memorable day out. Furthermore, we are fully licenced with the Taxi Services Commission and accredited with Australian Tourism Accreditation Program (Trust the Tick). As a result, you can sit back and relax in the knowledge that you are being hosted by a reputable tour operator who knows this region intimately.
As you drive into this winery you maybe awe struck by the gardens leading up to the impressive building of the winery itself. This attention to detail is reflected in their wines with their philosophy of producing wines of high quality. Visiting and tasting in the ‘barrel room’ is a unique experience to be enjoyed.
From humble beginnings with the cellar door located in their wine making shed, Port Phillip Estate now occupies the ‘grandest’ winery building on the Peninsula. With the building housing their cellar door/bistro, restaurant, accommodation as well as their wine making facilities this is a seriously impressive wine making operation.
This winery specialises in the Peninsula’s two most prominent grape varieties Chardonnay and Pinot Noir which they source from four local vineyards. As a result you can experience the difference that vineyard locations and wine making techniques add to the end result of the wine. Don’t be surprised if ‘Reg’ the peacock joins you for a tasting.
This is a working vineyard where your wine tasting is likely to take place in their barrel room. Consequently your host at cellar door will probably be one of the wine making staff who will give you insight into their wine making objectives. Feel free to roam through the winery but beware of the ‘Ginger Ninja.’
Originally an apple orchard, the past 30 years has seen this site transformed into an award winning vineyard with a reputation for quality Pinot Noir and Shiraz. The awards have continued with its restaurant receiving a coveted chef’s hat for the past 3 years.
What began as a family’s holiday retreat, was planted out to vines in the 1990’s and is now the home of Pier 10 winery and restaurant. Let cellar door manager “cheeky” Craig pour you some bubbles or another tipple of your choice. Their selection of wines on tasting can be enjoyed from the deck looking out across the vineyard.
Located at the beautiful historic Tuerong homestead surrounded by established gardens is Dromana Estate winery. Sit back and enjoy the extensive range of wines on tasting while soaking up the atmosphere of this historic homestead. They offer a wide selection of wine varieties and subsequently there is something on tasting to suit everyone’s palate.
A wonderful place to relax and spend a sunny afternoon with a glass of their wine, looking out across the picturesque vine covered hillside.