Articles tagged with the word "Mornington Peninsula":

Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir

Published on February 17, 2013

A masterclass led by Phil Sexton from Innocent Bystander/Giant Steps, and Martin Spedding from Ten Minutes by Tractor, explores Mornington Peninsula pinot noir.

Eldridge Estate

Published on September 13, 2012

David Lloyd of Eldridge Estate on Red Hill is a self-confessed ‘hillist’ of Mornington Peninsula. He used to think the “best pinot noir [came] from ‘the downs’ because it’s warmer” but he was persuaded by early pioneer Nat White of Main Ridge to focus on pinot noir from the hills.

Mornington Peninsula temperature curve

Published on February 16, 2012

Temperature curve from the peninsula to the city.

Australia’s Little Italy

Published on September 25, 2009

Along with the continuing pinot grigio craze, the buzz around Italian varietals is extending to some rather serious reds, and it is Victoria, with its rich heritage of Italian migrants, that is leading the field on the Australo-Italian front.

Australian pinot noir

Published on May 10, 2009

Pinot noir is a notoriously capricious and fastidious grape variety, demanding specific sites to perform at its best. Australia is getting to grips with the variety for high quality wine production.

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