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6 ways to show dad he’s the best!

6 ways to show dad he’s the best!

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 20/08/2019

Show dad he’s the bee’s knees on Father’s Day.

This year it’s time to up the ante by spoiling dad with great food and making new memories together. Why? Because dads are one of a kind, they make sacrifices that go unnoticed until we grow up ourselves, they influence us, protect us and try their best to help us become well-rounded adults. And while a voucher or a new set of handkerchiefs wouldn’t go unappreciated, we think dad deserves the gift of great company.

Author: Ebony MPT
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Our top 5 tastiest ways to learn new skills

Our top 5 tastiest ways to learn new skills

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 13/08/2019

Mornington Peninsula is full of places that offer delectable locally produced food, wine and spirits. Luckily some of the chefs, winemakers and distillers love to share their secrets with you. Learning something new can be hugely satisfying and if you are sharing the experience with others you are sure to have some laughs along the way.  Book ahead to avoid disappointment!

Author: Allison
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I am the story of Crittenden Estate

I am the story of Crittenden Estate

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 5/06/2019

Founded by a visionary wine legend, Garry Crittenden, and with second generation wine-maker, Rollo Crittenden, still pushing the boundaries, Crittenden Estate is owned and operated by a family that loves everything about wine. With more than three decades of experience under their belts, they consistently deliver world class results and seriously good wines that are a joy to explore and share with family and friends.

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Old Granny Mock's Apple Pie

Old Granny Mock's Apple Pie

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 19/05/2019

Love, love, love this spin on a traditional apple pie, with plenty of Mornington Peninsula Apples along with cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and sultanas. Old Granny Mock sure knew what she was doing when it came to creating a mouth watering and fragrant dish of delicousness! 

Use this recipe card to recreate your own Wine Food Farmgate menu, then share all of your delicious creations with #winefoodfarmgate

 

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Spotlight on Chardon-Yay

Spotlight on Chardon-Yay

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 23/04/2019

Forget Bridget Jones and the 1980s yellow overly oaked Chardonnays and picture a modern, fresh yet complex wine that truly reflects the varied terroir, is always interesting and identifiable to where it’s grown. On the Mornington Peninsula, we love our Chardonnay.

It turns out that Chardonnay could be the world’s most popular white wine according to the enormous number of bottles sold each year. While native to Burgundy you can now find Chardonnay grown in countries all around the world from Australia, to Europe, Argentina and the USA to name a few.

Author: Ebony MPT
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