Victoria is the ‘classic rock’ of wine regions. You know all the songs and you love to sing along to them. Loudly. It’s got the heartfelt ballads of the Mornington Peninsula, the sexy slow jams of the Yarra Valley and the funky, cool tunes that you find in Macedon, Ballarat and Gippsland. Victorian Pinot is always on high rotation on our playlist (or cellar) because we know it’s always a crowd pleaser.


Gippsland pinot is all punk rock; taking the classic style and turning it on its head. High tones and lots of juicy whole bunches, it delivers a persistent flavour that’s unlike any other region. It’s Anarchy in Victoria, baby.

Mornington Peninsula

Mornington just wants to love you, in an epic, rock ballad kind of way. Bold flavours that make your heart burst with pleasure, but don’t be fooled – there’s a surprising amount of depth and character in these wines.

Yarra Valley

Drinking Yarra Valley pinot is like listening to the first line of Bruce Springsteen’s I’m On Fire. When the first hit of red fruit slides down your throat, and the acid profile and tension reverberates through your body, you really feel that sexy slow jam.

Macedon and Ballarat

The cool kids of the Victorian wine regions. Whether it’s the classic styles of Bindi and Curly Flat from the Macedon Ranges or experimental deliciousness from Eastern Peake in Ballarat, all the wines made in these regions are quintessentially cool.

Bellarine Peninsula

Earthy and full of soul, Bellarine Peninsula (and Geelong) is to pinot noir what Eric Clapton’s ‘Layla’ is to rock. Good times guaranteed