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In the world of wine, winemakers normally get all the attention. However, making wines that are true to our region could never happen without a strong team. We’re privileged to find ourselves surrounded by eager and talented people who appreciate our land, vineyards and wines. Every day we learn from each other and are grateful for this shared knowledge.
Lindenderry Cellar Door
Sample estate grown varietals at the Halliday rated luxury, bouqtique hotel Lancemore Lindenderry Red Hill, with a Cellar Door serving woodfire pizzas, platters and picnics on weekends.
Come, meet the winemakers and experience a tasting at our relaxed and rustic cellar door. Artisan wine grown and produced on site.
Historic Hurley Farm (c 1876) is now a specialist vineyard. Gentle winemaking reveals Pinot Noir of singular flavour, texture and complexity that celebrates terroir. Cellar door open if wine available for sale, please check website. Bookings are essential.
Overlooking Bass Straight, at the very tip of Victoria's Mornington Peninsula, its maritime location and calcareous limestone soil distinguishs Portsea Estate from the rest of the Peninsula.
On the Mornington Peninsula, we grow cool-climate varieties including Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, producing wines that express the full range of styles from these classic grapes.
'Let me tell you a story I've never told before.'
There’s good surf just down the road from Polperro in Red Hill and that’s why Sam Coverdale ‘may’ be late for a meeting or two.
After all, you’ve got to go with the flow. Ever checking his phone to monitor weather patterns for vineyard disease pressure, and of course the swell, this Mornington Peninsula winemaker understands the importance of letting nature dictate the essence and quality of product.
The ebb and flow of the seasons defines each of his single vineyard wines and he’s happy to follow those tides towards complete sensory seduction from barrel to board and back again.
Perched on the cool, southeast maritime corner of Australia are the ideal ripening conditions for the delicate, seductive Pinot Noir grape.