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Mornington Peninsula’s most delicious secrets

Wine Food Farm Gate reveals the Mornington Peninsula's most delicious secrets. As you explore the tree-lined back roads or scenic coastal drives, it is here you will discover handpicked, hand caught and handmade delights of farmgates and wineries—time to explore the flavours of this region.

Nourishing fare

One of life's greatest pleasures – food. What fires your culinary imagination? Drive through our region and let your love affair with fresh produce and bountiful food begin.

Enjoy nourishing food for breakfast, lunch or dinner shared with a loved one or friends, overlooking the tranquil hot springs at Peninsula Hot Spring’s Spa Dreaming Centre. Their chefs create seasonal menus inspired by their food bowl, fresh for you to enjoy in a beautiful setting while you relax.

Discover the Blue Mini Eatery with their innovative, seasonal menu of classics and modern dishes with a twist, featuring some of the region's best produce.

Montalto Winery combines breathtaking views across Red Hill vineyards and a Sculpture Trail with an ever-changing menu based on the Montalto estate gardens' bounty and the very best seasonal, locally sourced ingredients.

Deliciously fresh, seasonal produce makes its way from paddock to plate at the Lancemore Lindenderry Dining Room in a classic European style before being paired with their very own award-winning wines from the vineyard.

Sweet decadence.

For those with a sweet tooth, indulge in all things decadent at the petite Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery in Flinders.

Go straight to the source and sample the sweet taste of Pure Peninsula Honey while learning all that the inner sanctum of the bee world holds.

For a luxurious treat, try the Signature High Tea at Woodman’s Estate, including preserves, finger sandwiches, scones, and Estate wine.

Wonderful Wine

Our rich red soils and our beautiful natural environment creates an enviable lifestyle. All this has attracted the most passionate winemakers. Whether you’ve got a day or a week, the Mornington Peninsula winemakers offer a treasure trove of taste temptations in a glass

Enjoy Dromana Estate wine with the knowledge that you are supporting a business that creates premium-quality produce while remaining harmonious with its surroundings.

At Tucks, delight in an afternoon on the terrace or the lawn, wine in hand, soaking up stunning vineyard views.

At Trofeo Estate Winery, immerse yourself in their old-world techniques of Terracotta Amphora wines with a tasting at the cellar door or stay for a seated wine flight in the Wine Room.

At Balnarring based Elan Vineyard and Winery, you will find the perfect place to sit back and enjoy the views while sipping Chardonnay or Shiraz. 

T'Gallant is the home of Australian Pinot Gris and Grigio – located on a former apple orchard found in the rolling hills of Main Ridge. Explore the differences between the more mineral Grigio to the luscious and complex Gris.

Pt Leo Estate is a captivating celebration of world-class dining and wine, providing a sought-after culinary experience set in Australia’s foremost privately-owned Sculpture Park.

If you can’t decide which winery to explore first- make exploration effortless with Grape Explorations Australia. On their sophisticated tours, you might even meet the winemakers to learn the science and stories behind the wine.

 

Taste it, pick it, or take it home with you. You will find many foods and farmgate experiences hidden throughout the Mornington Peninsula. You 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. See the map here to plan your adventure.

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