Laura is Pt. Leo Estate’s most refined expression of dining, where art meets the sea in a story told through impeccable produce.
The vibrant culinary heart of the Estate.
Pt. Leo Estate’s casual dining space.
Culinary Director, Josep Espuga is redefining what it means to offer a farm-to-table fine dining experience on the Mornington Peninsula. His ethos is to champion the foragers, gardeners and farmers behind their ingredients. Here, we tell their story.
Experience world-class art and breathtaking work of Australian and International artists at Australia’s foremost privately-owned Sculpture Park.
Pt. Leo Estate is home to one of the most exquisite 4-star cellar doors in Australia.
Pt. Leo Estate offers a diverse range of experiences encompassing our award-winning restaurants, Cellar Door and Sculpture Park.
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Enjoy one of our seated wine tasting experiences with a generous flight of 5 wines from our current vintage collection.
Savour our award-winning wines all-year-round at member prices.
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Pt. Leo Estate is more than a brand. It is an expression of luxury, passion, meticulous detail and place – the Mornington Peninsula.
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Winemaking: Hand-picked fruit was gently whole-bunch pressed into a tank and settled overnight. It was then transferred into French oak Barriques and Puncheons (20% New, 80% second, third and fourth use) and inoculated with a neutral yeast. From May until late winter the barrels were stirred occasionally until MLF was completed in 60% of the blend. The wine was left on yeast lees until bottling in January 2018.
Nose: Aromas of fresh lemon, rolling into an almost curd like creaminess, grapefruit with hints of green apples and pears combined together with a subtle vanilla oak.
Palate: Velvety texture of lemon curd with a pleasing citrus acidity particularly lemon, green apples and pears with a hint of vanilla oak. The wine builds through the mid-palate with the acidity taking on a more bracing feel. The wine continues to evolve over a pleasing long length. Great structure and texture in the wine, will mature very gracefully over time. This wine will be best enjoyed over the next two to five years (longer if you like aged Chardonnay).
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