Mornington Peninsula’s Oldest Vineyard Est. 1972
Elgee Park, the oldest vineyard on the Mornington Peninsula, was originally the country retreat of Baillieu & Sarah Myer and their children. In 1972 the first vines were planted on the property. Small parcels of grapes, cool nights and warm summers, produce wines of great finesse, depth and balance.
Colour: Light ruby
Bouquet: Strawberry and Cherry on the nose with oak playing a secondary role.
Palate: This elegant yet complex pinot noir shows hints of red fruits & savoury spice with a fine backbone of soft tannins. The finish is silky with a superb richness on the mid palate.
Variety: Pinot Noir
Region: Mornington Peninsula, VIC
Vintage :Despite challenging weather conditions and the possibility of smoke taint, which we were fortunate to avoid. Settled weather throughout March allowed vintage to deliver consistently high quality, low tonnage fruit.