Moorooduc Est. Wine Dinner – Tuesday 8th October 2019, 7pm at Bow Lane

After several false starts, wine production finally got going in the Mornington Peninsula, south east of Melbourne, in the mid-1970s, and in the intervening years the region has established itself as the most important area in Australia for Burgundian varieties; a status that has only grown as global warming has affected longer established Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vineyards.

Dr Richard McIntyre and his wife Jill were early pioneers of the region. Inspired by the wines of Burgundy they searched for a suitable place to grow Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and settled on the cool maritime climate and rolling hills of the Mornington Peninsula.

After almost 40 vintages, Dr Richard McIntyre, who describes himself as ‘a lapsed surgeon’, still makes the wines with the help of his daughter, Kate – or Kate McIntyre MW, to give her full title.

Kate will be at Bow Lane to present a range of Moorooduc’s wines, including the chance to compare the top-of-the-range McIntyre Vineyard and Robinson Vineyard Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs. This is a dinner that shouldn’t be missed by lovers of Australian wines, or by lovers of Burgundian varietals.

Doesn’t that include everyone?


Menu and Full Wine Line Up to follow 



Date: 8th October 2019

Cost: £90/each or £500/table of 6.

Location: Bow Lane

Address: 74/82 Queen Victoria St


Contact: or 020 7248 1892



Planet of the Grapes and Fox Fine Wines are re-opening on Tuesday 8th September!!

We’ll have a bit of a new look as we strive to keep our branches ‘COVID-Safe’ and for the meantime a limited food menu; but we’ll have all the usual POTG wines available to drink in or take away.

The full bottle and wine by the glass lists for each site are available in the ‘Locations’ section on our website.


If you are looking to make a retail purchase please click below for our full list or visit our Online Shop for some amazing case deals!

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