VIC: Mornington Peninsula Immersion Visit
Date: July 3 @ 9:15 am - 5:00 pm
The Mornington Peninsula is a cool climate wine lovers paradise. The modern resurgence of this region is driven by a diversity of soils, microclimates and a complex network of microsites capable of producing world beating Pinot Noir and Chardonnay – not to mention extravagant architecture!
The Mornington Peninsula Vignerons Association are inviting Somme
Hosted by MPVA, the day trip will include bus transfers from the City Wine Shop (departing 9.15am SHARP, returning 5pm-ish) to Rare Hare @ Willow Creek, then onto Port Phillip Estate, where lunch will be provided by the MPVA.
The morning will be devoted to regional whites and museum releases, and the afternoon will be an exploration of sites and styles of Pinot Noir hosted by Richard McIntyre, including wines from Moorooduc Estate, Paradigm Hill, Eldridge Estate, Paringa Estate, Foxeys, Ocean Eight and a special guest.
Whether you’re studying, serving or selling wines, this is an exclusive opportunity to discover one of Australia’s most picturesque wine regions in our own backyard get a guided tour.
Sommeliers Australia Members – $20 + booking fee
[With thanks to MPVA’s generous support, the minimal ticket price is only to help cover transport costs.]
Bookings are essential, and will be taken until Friday 29 June, 10.30am unless booked out prior.
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NOTE: If you would like to bring a non-member, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about availability.
Sommeliers Australia would like to thank Mornington Peninsula Vignerons Association for generously supporting this visit.