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166 Balnarring Road, Merricks North, Victoria 3926
Rare Hare is a special sort of place, defined by aspect, soil, and toil. Here, wines whisper a vinous vernacular, telling tales of seasons past and the winemaking cast.
945 Moorooduc Highway, Moorooduc, Victoria 3933
Barmah Park Restaurant & Cellar Door is nestled within a boutique vineyard and offers superb food with palatable wines to match. Serving modern Australian cuisine for lunch and dinner as well as a tasty breakfast there is something for everyone!
3649 Frankston-Flinders Road, Merricks, Victoria 3916
Showcasing our wines, the Pt. Leo Estate Cellar Door offers a generous flight of 5 wines. The the wine tasting represents the best of the current and back vintages.
11 Shoreham Road, Shoreham, Victoria 3916
We'd love to see you for a wine tasting, wine sales or come and enjoy a glass of wine on the deck with a delicious tasting plate of local and homegrown produce overlooking the vineyard.
4 Sunnyside Rd, Mount Eliza, Victoria 3930
Family owned winery producing fantastic full bodied red wines from the Pyrenees and superb cool climate Pinot Noir & Chardonnay from the Mornington Peninsula.
26 Merricks Road, Merricks, Victoria 3916
Paradigm Hill is owned by Ruth Mihaly [viticulturist] and George Mihaly [winemaker], with the 10 acre vineyard planted in 1999/2000 in the cooler climate region of the Mornington Peninsula. The north facing gently sloping vineyard has very low dens
3649 Frankston - Flinders Rd, Merricks, Victoria 3916
Pt. Leo Estate is a captivating celebration of internationally acclaimed large-scale art, design and world-class dining and wine, providing the most sought-after cultural and culinary experiences in Australia.
6 Ocean View Avenue, Red Hill South, Victoria 3937
Seriously. Good. If you enjoy your wines and prefer a more intimate experience talking to owners who live and breathe the wine, come discover Rahona Valley.
185 Hotham Road, Portsea, Victoria 3944
Portsea Estate overlooks the Bass Strait at the very tip of the Mornington Peninsula. It's unique terroir derives from extensive limestone deposits and a top soil of sand and humus which create ideal conditions for growing Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
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