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T’Gallant Wines: Famous Around The Region

Review

Address: 1385 Mornington-Flinders Rd, Main Ridge VIC 3928

Varieties: Moscato, Pinot Gris/Grigio, Rose, Pinot Noir, Sparkling

T'Gallant Spuntino Bar

Spuntino Bar and tasting room entrance (source: T’Gallant Facebook)

Experience

Always renowned as a top place to visit for fun vibes and a relaxed atmosphere, T’Gallant combines this with a picturesque location, Italian food and accessible wines.  Recommended for more fun days out and great for photo opportunities. The target market is younger and more fun and laid back than some of the serious wineries on the Peninsula.

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Beverages

Well priced wines with something to suit every taste seems to be the philosophy here. They pioneered Pinot Gris/Grigio years ago and are also big on Moscato, which is often a crowd pleaser. They also have a nice range of reds including a Pinot Noir and price points make the winesr.

T'Gallant wines

Some of T’Gallant’s wine selection (source: T’Gallant Facebook)

Food

The main focus here is the wood-fired pizzas, done in the Roman square style. They serve up a generous offering for our groups including 3 types of pizza with entree and sides plus a dessert. Groups never go hungry here and it is top wine tour food.

T'Gallant pizzas

T’Gallant wood-fired pizzas (source: T’Gallant Facebook)

Setting

Set overlooking a lovely vineyard valley, the outdoor area is beautiful to sit out in on a perfect day. Areas of the dining rooms also have some views. It’s a picturesque spot with a sort of old barn feel, which matches the relaxed vibe.

T'Gallant view from outdoor dining

T’Gallant view from outdoor dining (source: T’Gallant Facebook)

What we like

Great for fun groups and can take larger ones. Coming here for lunch is always a hit.

What we don’t like

For more serious wine drinkers, this probably isn’t the place to come, but they do have a fun and varied range. They also only do an early and a late sitting (11am & 2.00pm) which is not ideal to work into an itinerary.

Explore more Mornington Peninsula wineries or return to the Mornington Peninsula Touring page.