Peninsula Piers & Pinots

Sun 13th Mar 2022

Labour Day Weekend Sunday annually in March at Flinders Foreshore from 12 - 3pm.

 

Showcasing maritime cool climate pinot noirs and pinot gris, Peninsula Piers & Pinot gather by the sea annually on the March Labour Day weekend, where more than 60 wines are on taste with a selection of local food to purchase and live music add to the festive vibe.  

 

Mornington Peninsula Piers & Pinots is an all weather event, held at Flinders foreshore adjacent to the pier. Tickets are $50 per person and each ticket includes a complimentary Riedel tasting glass, tasting notes and all wine tastings between 12 noon - 3pm.  

 

There will be delicious food available to purchase from the ever popular The Flying Calamari Brothers, Greek Masa, Mushaki Dumplings, Harry's Mussels and Red Hill Cheese with coffee from Brew Up Bar.  

 

Mornington Peninsula is uniquely situated with 3 breezes delivered via Port Phillip Bay, Western Port and Bass Strait. The effect creates ideal conditions for the region's pinots - wines with outstanding flavors, balanced natural acidity and fine tannins.  This event has been held annually on the Sunday of the Victorian Labour Day long weekend, since 2002 and is a very popular wine event. 

 

There will be very limited tickets available on the day until sold out.  COVID safe plan in operation on the day.

 

BUY YOUR TICKET HERE.

 

To reduce to spread of COVID-19 while at the event please remember to check-in via the QR code, regularly sanitise your hands (sanitising stations will be located around the venue) and maintain social distancing. The wearing of masks will be as mandated by the Victorian Government at the time of the event.

If you are unwell or have experienced the following in the 14 days prior to the event PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND IF YOU:

  • Have any COVID-19 symptoms (cough, fever, sore throat, shortness of breath or runny nose) 
  • Been in contact with any confirmed or suspected COVID-19 cases, or 
  • Travelled internationally or to a COVID declared hot spot.