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Instagram post 2134775026820565379_1757239843 We have had a break to welcome little Finn into the world, just over a week ago. Gabby and Scott are doing well. A first grandchild and the newest member of the Ten Minutes by Tractor family. Grandad (yes difficult to believe!) is clearly not doing so well taking over the IG responsibilities from Gabby! Hopefully she is too busy to see that the last post was hers! - Martin
Instagram post 2122869730402727458_1757239843 Happy Father's Day to all the amazing Dads out there. Let's raise a glass to them 🍷 #fathersday
Instagram post 2121427676324640933_1757239843 Sydneysiders - don't forget to buy your tickets to our upcoming Mornington Peninsula tasting 6-9pm on 3 September at the ivy, Sydney. ⁠
The Mornington Peninsula has a long history of fruit growing in a cool, maritime climate with prevailing cool southerly winds coming off Bass Strait which moderate temperatures to provide mild growing conditions. This enables us to grow and ripen quality Pinot Noir, a grape that flourishes in a select few regions around the world. In rich volcanic soils of the Peninsula coupled with the maritime climate deliver wines which embody purity and perfume intensity of fruit flavour and lively acidity that is characteristic of Mornington Peninsula wines.⁠
The Vignerons of the Mornington Peninsula are a collective of boutique producers that have a passion for growing exceptional fruit, making often very limited quantities of world-class wines, and love nothing more than sharing them and their stories with wine lovers.⁠
For more info, visit @mpwine
Instagram post 2117839009363613302_1757239843 2017 Wallis Tasmania Pinot Noir :: 97 points - James Halliday @winecompanion 2020⁠
It's a mark of the knowledge, intelligence and bravery of Martin Spedding to include this wine in a vintage that produced this lovely, but light-bodied, pinot. There are those who might fall to the temptation of including 10% of the dark-fruited and strongly structured Tasmanian wine, as they are legally able to do, and say nothing about it if they so wish. Drink by 2031.