Crittenden Estate Cellar Door Pop Up
An acclaimed Mornington Peninsula winery is popping up in the city for a weekend of tastings and charcuterie.
Forget about packing up the car and organising a designated driver for that weekend trek out to wine country – one of the Mornington Peninsula's best-loved wineries is heading to the city.
On Saturday, September 7 and Sunday, September 8, the award-winning Crittenden Estate is bringing a taste of its regional cellar door to the big smoke, popping up at Collingwood's Project Forty Nine. Winemaking sibling duo Rollo and Zoe Crittenden will be hosting guided tastings, wine sipping and charcuterie snacking... all right here on your doorstep.
Pop in and sit down for an expert-led tasting session, showcasing a selection of the label's renowned cool-climate drops, including its chardonnay and Cri de Cœur pinot noir. For $20, you'll get to sample up to 12 different Crittenden wines, while enjoying some expert guidance from the winemakers themselves and an antipasto plate courtesy of the Project 49 kitchen.
While you can just walk in, bookings are recommended.
Crittenden Estate Cellar Door Pop-Up will be open from midday–5pm.
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