Pt. Leo Estate’s most refined expression of dining.
The vibrant culinary heart of the Estate.
Casual dining with unparalleled views.
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.
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.
Shop our collection of award-winning Mornington Peninsula Wine and gift packs or purchase a gift voucher.
The Mornington Peninsula Wine Show Awards 2021 were recently announced, with Pt. Leo Estate receiving some sensational results over a diverse and impressive collection of our wines.
Pt. Leo Estate 2019 Reserve Pinot Noir – 95 Points Gold
Pt. Leo Estate 2021 Pinot Gris – 95 Points – Gold
Pt. Leo Estate is more than a brand. It is an expression of luxury, passion, meticulous detail and place – the Mornington Peninsula.
Gift a unique experiences with a Pt. Leo Estate gift voucher to be used across our award-winning estate.
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New booking dates available from February 1 for our Lon to Laura and Lon to Leo packages.
Luxurious accommodation suites and mineral spa, world-class dining, outstanding wine, evolving landscapes and a passionate desire to reconnect and share the very best of what Victoria has to offer.
Our people are the core of our success.
Take a road away from the norm and follow the signs to the often-unexplored Western Port side of the Mornington Peninsula.
Be a part of providing one of Victoria’s most captivating celebrations of internationally acclaimed art, design, world-class dining, and wine.
All your questions answered about Pt. Leo Estate.
Winemaking: Hand-picked fruit from 3 blocks and 6 clones, all fermented separately, was destemmed without crushing and elevated into small open fermenters. The must is left un-inoculated for 2-3 days. When fermentation is observed cultured yeast is added. Fermentation temperatures peak at around 32°C and during fermentation the cap is plunged up to 3 times per day. 5 to 10 days after fermentation is complete, the must is gently pressed and transferred into French oak Puncheons (25% New, 75% second third and fourth use) where it undergoes MLF before winter. It is racked late November and bottled December 2019.
Nose: Powerful aromas of dark berries and plums with hints of herbs and subtle oak.
Palate: The flavours are similar to the aromas. The entry is soft and builds in the middle palate with soft sweet fruit and fine tannins towards a lingering finish. This very nicely balanced wine will be best enjoyed over the next five years (longer if you like aged Pinot Noir).