Friday, 13 March 2020

Onwards and upwards for Mornington Peninsula wine estate

Point Leo Estate on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula is the latest Australian winery to join the Ultimate Winery Experiences Australia collection.

The striking estate on the Westernport-side of the peninsula is home to a cellar door and wine terrace, three different dining options and a sculpture park overlooking a 50-acre vineyard and glimpses of Phillip Island.
"Pt. Leo Estate is the perfect fit for UWEA at this stage of its evolution," said Kate Shilling, executive officer of UWEA. 
"Alongside its neighbour, long-standing UWEA member Montalto, Pt. Leo will continue to build on its already excellent visitor experience, attracting visitors from further afield to this beautiful part of Victoria."

Pt. Leo Estate Sculpture Park is a 16-acre outdoor gallery housing over 60 large format Australian and International works of art that owners John and Pauline Gandel have been collecting over many years. It is the largest privately-owned sculpture park in Australia. 
Pt. Leo Estate offers three different culinary experiences ranging from the intimate two-hatted fine diner, Laura (above), and the bistro-style one-hatted Pt. Leo Estate Restaurant, to the all-weather wine terrace and cellar door. 
“We are very excited to join a collective that celebrates and enhances the individual strengths of so many esteemed Australian brands," said general manager Roger Lancia. 
"We are immensely proud of the success we have achieved since opening two years ago and look forward to joining forces in continuing to develop an exceptional and innovative tourism offering.”
For details of all Pt. Leo Estate experiences visit: www.ultimatewineryexperiences.com.au/wineries/pt-leo-estate/.

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