Take a road away from the norm and follow the signs to the often-unexplored Western Port-side of the Mornington Peninsula. As you meander up the driveway and past the cascading vines, guests are welcomed with the sight of an inspiring Grand Arch, a waved concrete structure, a 75-year-old Queensland King bottle tree and a doorway that offers a teasing glimpse of something truly remarkable.
Pt. Leo Estate offers three distinct dining experiences where flavour-forward menus are created by sourcing seasonal Australian, Victorian and Mornington Peninsula produce. Each dining space celebrates the craftmanship of these extraordinary producers and their ingredients.
Set on 330 glorious acres of the southern edge of Australia’s leading wine region – the Mornington Peninsula – you’ll find Pt. Leo Estate’s Cellar Door.
Showcasing site-expressive wines, our tastings are elevated by the contemporary tasting bar, spectacular views of the vineyard and Western Port and passionate and experienced staff.
Our winemaking has had a deliberate and careful evolution, producing fruit for exceptional quality cool climate wines. We grow Pinot Gris, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, all of which benefit from the aspect of the undulating hills and the rich soils they are planted in.
Delineated by indigenous and native flora, and set against a backdrop of rolling vineyards and ocean views of Western Port and Phillip Island lies a beautiful symbiosis of art, nature and culture. Home to Australia’s largest collection of privately owned sculptures, the 16-acre Sculpture Park is an ever-evolving outdoor gallery that features work from Australian and International artists. Experience breathtaking, world-class sculptures from Deborah Halpern, Bruce Armstrong, Dean Bowen, Reko Rennie, KAWS, Jaume Plensa and Julian Opie, amongst many others.