Located in Victoria, Australia, approximately 75 km southeast of Melbourne, the closest major city. The region is situated on a peninsula that juts out into the Bass Strait, with vineyards ranging in elevation from sea level to 300 meters above sea level.


The climate of the Mornington Peninsula is cool and maritime, with ocean breezes helping to moderate temperatures and humidity. The region experiences moderate rainfall throughout the year, which is ideal for grape growing. The soil in the region is diverse, with sandy loams, volcanic soils, and clay soils influencing the character of the wines produced in the region.

Viticulture History:

Viticulture in the Mornington Peninsula dates back to the early 20th century, but it wasn't until the 1980s that the region began to gain a reputation for producing high-quality wines. The first commercial winery in the region was established in 1975 by Nat White, who planted the first vines at Main Ridge Estate.

Well-Known Wineries:

Today, the Mornington Peninsula is home to many well-known wineries, producing a range of varietals including Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and more. Some of the most well-known wineries in the region include:Main Ridge Estate, Port Phillip Estate, Moorooduc Estate, Montalto Vineyard and Olive Grove, Crittenden Estate

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