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Moorooduc Estate Pinot Noir 2020 (6 Bottle Case)-Red Wine-World Wine
Moorooduc Estate Pinot Noir 2020 (6 Bottle Case)
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The Wine Front – Ash, red cherries, white pepper and twigs. Fine fingers of tannin. Juicy, lingering finish. Light-ish but good. - 2019 Vintage Review

$244.98
Jones Road Pinot Noir 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Jones Road Pinot Noir 2022
$35
Onannon Mornington Peninsula Chardonnay 2023 (6 Bottle Case)-White Wine-World Wine
Onannon Mornington Peninsula Chardonnay 2023 (6 Bottle Case)
$239.94
Paringa Estate 'PE' Pinot Noir 2023-Red Wine-World Wine
Paringa Estate 'PE' Pinot Noir 2023
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The Wine Front – You can buy with confidence. This hits the nail on the head. It’s fragrant, pretty, varietal and juicy. Drinkability as a result is writ large, though the wine’s fine/firm tannin structure suggests that it’s going nowhere in a hurry. Now or later. Strawberries, red cherries and assorted spice. Some tang but not in a sweet-sour way. Oak well in check. Dry finish with a bit of crackle and spice to it. Lovely.

$32.49
Port Phillip Estate ‘Salasso’ Rosé 2022-Rose Wine-World Wine
Port Phillip Estate ‘Salasso’ Rosé 2022
$62.12
Jones Road Pinot Gris 2019-White Wine-World Wine
Jones Road Pinot Gris 2019
$28.33
Port Phillip Estate 'Red Hill' Pinot Noir 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Port Phillip Estate 'Red Hill' Pinot Noir 2022
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twf 92

The Wine Front – Rose oil and sappy perfume, juicy sweet and sour cherry, autumnal stuff, spice. Medium bodied, spiced cherry and plum, firm acidity, sappy flavours, a bit savoury, length good too, mulchy and pert.

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James Halliday – Hand-picked, wild yeast, 7 days cold soak, open-fermented, 5 days post-ferment maceration, matured in French oak (20% new) for 11 months, not fined or filtered. Good hue, clear purple-crimson; has a tangy brightness to the cherry-accented fruit flavours, the palate long and particularly well balanced; a juicy, fresh finish, oak no more than a whisper.

$43.32
Jones Road Chardonnay 2019-White Wine-World Wine
Jones Road Chardonnay 2019
$32.49
Scorpo 'Old Vines' Shiraz 2021 (6 Bottle Case)-Red Wine-World Wine
Scorpo 'Old Vines' Shiraz 2021 (6 Bottle Case)
$320.01
Jones Road 'Nepean' Pinot Noir 2019-Red Wine-World Wine
Jones Road 'Nepean' Pinot Noir 2019
$45.82
Paringa Estate Pinot Noir 2019-Red Wine-World Wine
Paringa Estate Pinot Noir 2019
$71.66
Jones Road 'Nepean' Chardonnay 2019-White Wine-World Wine
Jones Road 'Nepean' Chardonnay 2019
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James Halliday – A selection of the best estate-grown chardonnay, with only 400 dozen made, winemaking much the same as its junior sibling. While retaining freshness and precision, the fruit here is more juicy and polished, not quite as angular.

$45.82
Scorpo Estate Chardonnay 2021 (6 Bottle Case)-White Wine-World Wine
Scorpo Estate Chardonnay 2021 (6 Bottle Case)
$320.01
Paringa Estate Estate Pinot Noir 375ml 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Paringa Estate Estate Pinot Noir 375ml 2021
$39.99
Onannon 'Red Hill' Pinot Noir 2021 (6 Bottle Case)-Red Wine-World Wine
Onannon 'Red Hill' Pinot Noir 2021 (6 Bottle Case)
$399.90
Paringa Estate Shiraz 2019-Red Wine-World Wine
Paringa Estate Shiraz 2019
$53.32
Paringa Estate Riesling 2022-White Wine-World Wine
Paringa Estate Riesling 2022
$29.99
Port Phillip Estate Shiraz 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Port Phillip Estate Shiraz 2021
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twf 92

The Wine Front – It’s its usual savoury self. This wine is noted for its white pepper notes and they are on clear display here, though not to the extent they sometimes are. Garden herb/bunch notes, black pepper, a walk through a garden, a cool succulence. Tannin is fine, assertive and peppery at once. Hold tight here; this wine needs a couple of years to find its feet.

$43.32
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Garagiste Le Stagiaire Chardonnay 2023-White Wine-World Wine
Garagiste Le Stagiaire Chardonnay 2023
$33.95 $35
Red Claw Pinot Gris 375ml-White Wine-World Wine
Red Claw Pinot Gris 375ml
$17
Paringa Estate Chardonnay 2021-White Wine-World Wine
Paringa Estate Chardonnay 2021
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James Halliday – Oak rears at first but it soon settles into fine drinking form. Stone fruit, custard apple and cream caramel characters burst confidently through the palate and on to the finish.

$44.16
Circe ‘Hillcrest Road Vineyard’ Pinot Noir 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Circe ‘Hillcrest Road Vineyard’ Pinot Noir 2022
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James Halliday – No details about this wine but it shouts of an abundance of whole-bunch characters exacerbating the meaty reduction and yet, it’s also compelling. Spiced red cherries, twiggy and sappy with crunchy acidity backed up by textural, lightly sandy tannins. - Jane Faulkner

$53.32
Paringa Estate Estate Shiraz 375ml 2014-Red Wine-World Wine
Paringa Estate Estate Shiraz 375ml 2014
$29
Jones Road Syrah 2019-Red Wine-World Wine
Jones Road Syrah 2019
$28.33
Underground Winemakers Violets Moscato (12 Bottle Case)-Current Promotions-World Wine
Underground Winemakers Violets Moscato (12 Bottle Case)
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$231.94
Paringa Estate Rose 2022-Rose Wine-World Wine
Paringa Estate Rose 2022
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$29.99
Red Claw Pinot Noir 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Red Claw Pinot Noir 2021
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James Halliday

$35.32
Underground Winemakers Pinot Noir (12 Bottle Case)-Current Promotions-World Wine
Underground Winemakers Pinot Noir (12 Bottle Case)
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$260.03
Red Claw Heathcote Shiraz 2018-Red Wine-World Wine
Red Claw Heathcote Shiraz 2018
$29.33
Quealy Tussie Mussie Pinot Noir 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Quealy Tussie Mussie Pinot Noir 2022
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twf 92

The Wine Front – "A compote of strawberries, crushed bitter herbs, pomegranate and orange zest. It’s a satisfying medium-bodied red wine. It has that pretty edge of red fruit and the umami side of decaying leaves. It’s mandarin peel, light liquorice and cherry in the aftertaste. The flavour lingers but the tension eases, leaving a touch of warming cinnamon on the gums. Very approachable and easy to like, no less." - Kasia Sobiesiak, The Wine Front

$43.40
Quealy Tussie Mussie Pinot Gris 2022-White Wine-World Wine
Quealy Tussie Mussie Pinot Gris 2022
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The Wine Front – “A Gris that brings lively aromas of Nashi pear, almonds, fresh bread dough, pomelo. There’s a crunch of green fruit but also a softness of yeasty layers with a pinch of salt and a warming spice dust at the end. It has a vegetal/herbal spectrum taking the edge of sweet nuances. It does it all very well, I really enjoy the savoury mouthfeel with a salty pastry touch. It’s a top game Gris and you gotta love it for the texture.” - Kasia Sobiesiak, The Wine Front

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James Halliday – “Intensely flavoured with stone fruit, poached apple and pears drizzled with lemon honey and powdered ginger. Luscious on the palate but not weighty, it’s all about texture with creaminess throughout. The flavours linger long and the finish, too." - Jane Faulkner, Halliday Wine Companion 2024

$33.95
Quealy Turbul Friulano 2022-White Wine-World Wine
Quealy Turbul Friulano 2022
$38.75
Quealy Splendido 2021-Champagne & Sparkling-World Wine
Quealy Splendido 2021
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$35.65
Quealy Seventeen Rows Pinot Noir 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Quealy Seventeen Rows Pinot Noir 2021
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The Wine Front – “Strong release. Both woodsy spice and oak notes aplenty but with the fruit to support it. Back cherries, strawberries, toast and coffee grounds, with cedar and dried herb notes over the top. Both inherently complex and inherently bold, even at 12.6% alc. Savoury to the point of bitter, but not. Firm-ish. It’s not for drinking now; it’s built to be matured.” - Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front "Complex foresty, earthy, leaf-litter aromas and flavou

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James Halliday – “The most structured offering in the Quealy stable – the tannins are textural with seemingly more fruit weight. It still has the vivacity of the ’21 vintage, yet incorporates hints of sweet and tart rhubarb, dark cherries, mocha and dried herbs plus cedar oak flavour. The palate doesn’t quite flesh out, even if it is medium bodied, as the acidity is keeping everything reined in, bar the slightly bitter, charred radicchio character on the finish, which adds to the mouthfeel and pleasure of drinking." - Jane Faulkner, Halliday Wine Companion 2024

$70.88
Quealy Pobblebonk Field Blend 2023-White Wine-World Wine
Quealy Pobblebonk Field Blend 2023
$35.81
Quealy Musk Creek Pinot Gris 2023-White Wine-World Wine
Quealy Musk Creek Pinot Gris 2023
$39.53
The Mornington Peninsula, a picturesque coastal region located south-east of Melbourne, Victoria, has steadily grown in reputation as a premier wine-producing area. With its temperate maritime climate, the region offers the perfect environment for vines to flourish. A particular emphasis in the Mornington Peninsula is on sustainability, with many vineyards practicing organic and biodynamic farming. The region is not only celebrated for its wines but also its stunning landscapes, from rolling hills to serene beaches, making it a beloved destination for both wine enthusiasts and nature lovers. The region's terroir, a harmonious blend of soil types and the cool influence of the nearby ocean, allows for the production of wines with great complexity, depth, and character, solidifying its status in the world of wine.
The Mornington Peninsula has emerged as a vinicultural treasure trove where every bottle tells a story of the region's unique terroir. The secret behind the distinctiveness of Mornington Peninsula wines lies in its maritime climate, influenced by the surrounding Bass Strait and Port Phillip Bay. This climate provides long, cool ripening periods, ideal for preserving acidity and enhancing flavor development in grapes. The region's diverse soil composition, ranging from sandy loam to rich volcanic earth, further contributes to the complexity and variety of its wines. The commitment of local vintners to sustainable and organic viticultural practices ensures that the essence of the peninsula is genuinely captured in every glass.
The Mornington Peninsula is predominantly recognized for its exceptional Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The Pinot Noirs from this region are celebrated for their elegance, bright red fruit flavors, and delicate tannins, while the Chardonnays are known for their crisp acidity, nuanced minerality, and layers of tropical and citrus fruit flavors. Additionally, the region produces commendable Pinot Gris, Shiraz, and sparkling wines, each reflecting the unique attributes of the peninsula's terroir.
For those new to Mornington Peninsula wines, starting with its flagship varieties is a must. A bottle of Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir is a delightful introduction, offering a harmonious balance of fruit, earthiness, and spice. Pair this with a Chardonnay from the region, characterized by its vibrant acidity and intricate flavor profile. Those keen on exploring further might delve into a local Pinot Gris, which often showcases a beautiful interplay of citrus notes and a touch of minerality. Finally, a sparkling wine from the peninsula provides a refreshing taste, echoing the coastal influence on the region's vineyards.
Selecting the "best" wines from Mornington Peninsula can be subjective, given the wealth of high-quality offerings. However, certain vineyards and labels have garnered consistent acclaim. Premium Pinot Noirs with layers of complexity, mature Chardonnays with depth and character, and sparkling wines that dance on the palate are all part of the region's standout selections. With a combination of age-old viticultural traditions and innovative techniques, Mornington Peninsula winemakers craft wines that resonate both with critics and everyday wine enthusiasts. The best advice? Explore different producers, vintages, and varietals from the region to discover personal favorites.