Over 50 cellar doors can be found in the beachfront Mornington Peninsula wine region, which is surrounded by expansive orchards, farms, and kitchen gardens and offers some of the best views of both Port Phillip and Western Port bays. The top 4-5 wineries and vineyards in the area are visited and tasted as part of the daily Mornington winery excursions. At a breathtaking perspective, morning tea and a fantastic vineyard lunch are included. We provide a customized door-to-door service, and we are pleased to pick you up from your hotel in the CBD and drop you off there when the most delightful Mornington Peninsula wine tasting tours are over.
Victoria’s Your Day with Wine Tours
Your day starts with a pick-up from your lodging in the Melbourne CBD or a nearby neighborhood, followed by morning tea.
Then, A number of well-known wineries from around the world as well as numerous magnificent family-owned and boutique wineries that characterize the distinctive Mornington Peninsula wine region are waiting for you to discover on this Morning Peninsula wine tasting tours. Visits and tastings at four to five of the Mornington Peninsula’s greatest vineyards and cellar doors will be included in your wine tour, including Pier 10, Dromana Estate, Hickinbotham, Montalto, Paringa Estate, Red Hill Estate, Stonier Wines, T’Gallant, Tuck’s Ridge, and Hickinbotham.
Every wine tour guide is properly licensed and enjoys imparting his or her local expertise on the Mornington Peninsula. We’ll take you to the best vineyards, produce markets, and sights in the area.
Following the wine tasting tours, you’ll stop for a delectable 2-course lunch that comes with tea, coffee, or a glass of wine.
Winery Visit in Mornington Peninsula, one of Victoria’s renowned wine areas, Yarra Valley works hard to make sure you and your companions have a pleasant day filled with wonderful activities. Are you curious to learn more about the Mornington wine region? We make an effort to incorporate interesting locations on your wine tasting tours. Your visit to the Mornington Peninsula Wine Region will be unique, pleasant, and memorable thanks to Wine Tasting Tours Victoria.
Discover All the Mornington Peninsula Has to Offer
One of the best things about taking one of our small-group wine tasting tours in the Mornington Peninsula Wine Region is that you may plan your own day. We’ll work with you to plan a day that’s convenient for you. Your preferred wineries and places are entirely up to you. After you make a reservation, let us know what you’d like out of your day, and we’ll use our knowledge to make it happen.
Enjoy the breathtaking scenery and intriguing history of Victoria’s countryside as you travel to a wonderful day of wine tasting and education. You won’t soon forget this day excursion to a winery! We provide small group trips with up to 10 visitors per wine and food tour, which are the most enjoyable wine tasting tours Mornington Peninsula has to offer. Call today to make a reservation for a Mornington wine tasting tour.
Regarding the Area
The region’s climate is driven by the strong winds that continuously sweep across the area from both Port Phillip Bay and the Bass Strait. With red volcanic soils and hills rising 300m above sea level. Even though rain is frequently reliable, during the growing seasons it is frequently necessary to use additional irrigation. Normally, fully mature grapes with exceptional fruit flavors, high natural acidity, and exquisite tannins come from an extended, mild autumn. The Mornington Peninsula region is known for its top-notch Chardonnay and Pinot Noir vintages. Shiraz, Australia’s highest concentration of Pinot Gris, and even Tempranillo are also produced there.
The area has a long history of agricultural production, supplying fruit, berries, vegetables, and herbs to Melbourne markets. The area serves as a significant recreational and tourism destination, primarily for residents of Melbourne who visit the area on weekends and holidays. This is a contemporary wine region that has only recently undergone viticultural development. Wine production for commercial purposes began in the early 1970s. There are currently more than 200 vineyards, more than half of which are smaller than 5 acres and more than two thirds are smaller than 10 acres. However, the larger companies are driving commercial expansion, with vineyards of more than 20 acres already making up well over 40% of the total planted grape producing area.
Winery Tour Yarra Valley
Unit 201/98 River Esplanade
Docklands, VIC 3008
(03) 7042 3201