Mornington Peninsula, Port Phillip

Kooyong

Clonale Chardonnay 2018

Very brief note. I love Mornington Peninsula Chardonnay and Pinot Noir - particularly this cheapie from credentialed producer, Kooyong. Restrained stone fruit aromas with well balanced oak. Only $24AUD wonderful QPR. Drink the last one later this year or early next year. — a month ago

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Ten Minutes by Tractor

Judd Vineyard Pinot Noir 2015

I had the previous bottle 37 weeks ago and this was, once again, outstanding. Sous Bois is still there along with red fruited (cherry), red florals (roses) and confectionery. Evidence of whole bunch in the ferment. My daughter, Georgie adored it and said it was one of the best if not THE Best wine she has had in her Australian visit for the past 5 weeks. She has now returned to Copenhagen. Only 1705 bottles made. On Saturday my wife and I are having lunch at Ten Minutes by Tractor and need to restock their excellent wines. — 4 months ago

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Ten Minutes by Tractor

Morning Peninsula Pinot Noir 2016

🍷✔✔ just lovely. Bought from the cellar door — 4 years ago

Yabby Lake Vineyard

Single Vineyard Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir 2022

Light ruby colour with great purity on the palate with layers of berry flavours plus long moorish finish
Great expression of Mornington Pinot Noir
— 18 days ago

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Stonier

Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir 2022

Elegant and delicate easy drinking pinot. Great for all occasions. — 3 months ago

Main Ridge Estate

Half Acre Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir 2003

Magnificent. Has gained weight with age while retaining the gorgeous fruit and brambly spice. Nat White is a genius. — 8 months ago

Yabby Lake Vineyard

Single Block Release Block 1 Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir 2012

Pale to Mid Crimson in colour. Red cherry and a tarry note . 80% whole bunch in the ferment. On the palate red and black cherry (flesh and skins). A fuller style - medium weight + palate. Mornington Peninsula is very good for Pinot Noir and this was the first Pinot to win the prestigious Jimmy Watson Trophy for Best One Year old Dry Red at the Royal Melbourne Wine Show. Delectable this is the Single Block Pinot Noir not the Syrah. — 4 years ago

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Moorooduc Estate

Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir 2019

I’m a fussy one with Pinot. It should not come from Western Australia IMO. Clones or climate, prob both. This from the Mornington Peninsula is everything I want. Lower alcohol, rose petals, violets, no confection, some spices. It went really well with a Chicken Biryani. I’ve always loved their Chardonnay and now I’m late to their Pinot Show but loving this immensely. 2019.

(And then I remember that Batista Estate Angelina Pinot is a doll. From WA) 🩷
— 2 months ago

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Paringa Estate

Peninsula Pinot Noir 2022

Delicious and smooth - very easy to drink on day 1 and 2 — 8 months ago

Kooyong

Meres Single Vineyad Selection Pinot Noir 2015

Back in the day I bought a dozen of these and don’t record everyone. See previous note 271 weeks ago. Emphasising again that the Mornington Peninsula is great for Pinot Noir. Mid to light Ruby in colour with pale slightly tawny edges. Rich red fruits on the palate with aromas of Sous Bois/compost heap. A very good Mornington Pinot with Medium plus intensity belying its pale colour. Will have the remaining 3 bottles over the next few years. — 9 months ago

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