Day 1 : Mornington Peninsula Lunch Wine and Art Walk at Pt Leo Estate
The Mornington Peninsula Food and Wine journey includes hotel transfers, allowing you to sit back and relax in the comfort of your custom vehicle and just enjoy the stunning scenery. A maximum of 6 guests is booked but it’s likely that there will be less! We love small group touring and can provide and receive a service that is only unique to small group touring and the relationships we have nurtured with the wineries over 22 years. “AS SEEN IN BEST OF THE MORNINGTON PENINSULA” Epicurean Food and Wine Tours continue their tradition of visiting family owned and operated wineries in all Victorian wine regions. As our guest, you will be able to fully appreciate the hard work, dedication and passion that is involved in producing great wine as well as the love on the Mornington Peninsula for local produce. The area is considered to be a foodie mecca. Join us on the ultimate Mornington Peninsula Food and Wine Tour. Our first stop, just an hour from the Melbourne City is Quealy Winemakers. Kathleen Quealy is a well renowned winemaker in the Mornington Peninsula. The first winemaker to plant Pinot Gris in Australia. Today, you can often find her talking with guests about the upcoming harvest at cellar door. You will taste some of the best Pinot Noir's in the region. We then drive down the road to the home of the Rare Hare cellar door on the Jackalope Hotel Site. We can enjoy a tasting of estate and village wines here before heading to the all day dining restaurant, overlooking vines.The region is known for cool climate varietals, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir and you will taste the exceptional qualities of these at Rare Hare cellar door. The Rare Hare restaurant is a local favourite and known for interesting local produce that is fresh and exciting. After lunch is the modern Pt Leo Estate at the often-unexplored Western Port-side of the Mornington Peninsula. As you meander up the driveway and past the cascading vines, you are welcomed with the sight of an inspiring Grand Arch, a waved concrete structure, a 75-year-old Queensland King bottle tree and a doorway that offers a teasing glimpse of something truly remarkable.where you can enjoy a walk around their world renowned Art Park, featuring large scale sculptures by local and international artists with a magnificent backdrop of Westernport Bay. Followed by a wine tasting of Mornington Peninsula signature varietals and cool climate Shiraz. We return to Melbourne via the famous lookout of Arthur's Seat for expansive views over Port Phillip Bay. Please note there are limited spots and we tour in a group of 6 or offer a private option for two guests.
Pickup: 10am from City Hotels and Accommodation.
Return: 5.30pm approx. to the same location.
Please include hotel address when booking.
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