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Tuesday 1 June 2021

New date for peninsula wine party

The Mornington Peninsula’s Winter Wine Weekend has been rescheduled to Saturday, July 24, as a result of the current lockdown.

Wine lovers across Victoria will now enjoy a mid-winter experience in picturesque Red Hill, tasting world-class wines and some of the state’s most celebrated food.

As the event is no longer taking place on the Queen’s Birthday long weekend, the Winter Wine Festival in the Pavilions at Red Hill Showgrounds will be the focus with the Long Lunch to be rescheduled later in the year.

Running from from 10:30am to 4pm, The Winter Wine Festival will be a showcase exhibition and tasting offering attendees the opportunity to taste over 200 premium wines from 45 Mornington Peninsula wineries.

Designed as a progressive tasting, three sheds will be transformed into sub-regional experiences, allowing groups to circulate from one to the next after 90-minutes.

Each shed will house two restaurants who have created bespoke menus of 
entrée-sized dishes from regionally sourced produce and designed around the wines. 

Restaurants include Montalto, Many Little (Polperro), Paringa Estate, Barmah Park, Lindenderry Red Hill and Pt Leo Estate.

All tickets purchased for Saturday’s event have been transferred to the new date unless requested otherwise.

For more information and to purchase a ticket, please visit

Tickets are $120 and include a complimentary Riedel tasting glass, all wine tastings, a tasting book and three entrée-sized dishes.

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