Wine Food Farmgate Trail

Find Mornington Peninsula wineries, farm produce, restaurants and more

One of life's greatest pleasures is the Mornington Peninsula - a place where you can eat, drink, forage, shop, learn, and tour. Wine Food Farmgate reveals the Mornington Peninsula’s most delicious secrets. How do you get a sensational seasonal snapshot of the Mornington Peninsula? Just follow the Mornington Peninsula Wine Food Farmgate trail, where you can eat, forage, sip, shop, learn and tour the very best of this region.

Just drive through our region, and the Peninsula's love affair with wine, fresh produce, seafood and bountiful food on the table is quickly revealed. Taste it, sip it, pick it, catch it, take it home with you. Summer brings berries and cherries, while autumn is time for apples and pears.  In winter, forage through the hinterland for seasonal produce, warm up with a meal beside a roaring fire or enjoy your favourite tipple overlooking glorious countryside. Stride out on a beach walk then reward yourself with hot soup or a woodfired pizza and a glass of red wine in a seaside village. Return in the Spring for crisp, fresh vegies and cherry blossom. 

 

You will find many wine, food and farmgate experiences hidden away throughout the Mornington Peninsula. You just need to know where to look. To help you discover them, we've brought the finest together to create the Mornington Peninsula Wine Food Farmgate Trail.

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Wander the Western Port Way

Wander the Western Port Way

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 12/01/2018

Western Port lies to the east of Port Phillip and in the eastern half of the state of Victoria, but in 1798 it was the most western section of coastline explored by George Bass and his crew travelling from Sydney in a whaleboat, no less. The drive today along the main Frankston-Flinders Road travels through several small villages and past hidden swimming beaches and surf breaks, rolling rural landscapes with pockets of bush, farmland and vineyards. 

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There’s a lot happening in January….

There’s a lot happening in January….

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 26/12/2017

With the Christmas tree packed away and summer is at its best, it’s time to get out and about. Long summer days and warm summer nights are perfect for getting the most out of your time. Here are a few fun and fabulous events for you to look forward to across the Mornington Peninsula in January.

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Discover distilled deliciousness and beautiful brews

Discover distilled deliciousness and beautiful brews

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 18/12/2017

Although beer is one of the world's oldest prepared beverages, possibly dating back to the early Neolithic or 9500 BC, there is nothing old-hat about the brewers, cidermakers and distillers of the Mornington Peninsula. Yes, the local wine industry is well established but now there's some sibling rivalry in the local cellar door scene. There’s a new world of handcrafted beer including seasonal releases, local apples made into whole-juice cider, and artisan distillers creating distinctive gins, vodkas, limoncellos and more.

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Tis the season to be feasting…

Tis the season to be feasting…

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 11/12/2017

It’s the time of year when friends and family come together for big gatherings, barbeques and festive celebrations.

If you fancy heading out to forage for your feasting ingredients, or just need some inspiration for that perfect festive meal, follow the Wine Food Farmgate Trail to visit our farmers and produce stores to fill your basket with fresh, local goodies.

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Berries, Cherries and so much more...

Berries, Cherries and so much more...

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 1/12/2017

All year we are hanging out for summer produce when the sweet and succulent fruity treats come into their own. Well now’s that time! There is really nothing like fruit that is in season, tree ripened and direct from the farm, and the Mornington Peninsula has a bunch of much-loved producers who grow strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, cherries, apples and more in our rich red soils. 

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