The Mornington Peninsula’s 100 Mile Foodie Marlene Hoff is pleased to
announce her latest event after a highly successful function as part of
the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. Marlene will host the first ever
running of the Mornington Peninsula Winter Wine Train, running
from Moorooduc Station on Saturday, June 9 as part of the Queen’s
Birthday long weekend.
“The Mornington Peninsula is home to some of the finest wines in the
country so it’s only natural to combine them with the region’s finest
produce aboard our Winter Wine Train,” Marlene said.
Guests will be invited to sample an array of the Peninsula’s top drops,
selected exclusively by 100 Mile Foodie’s local wine expert. Canapes will
also be served on the platform on arrival. Soon it will be time to board
the Mornington Peninsula Winter Wine Train for a feast highlighting the
region’s best local, sustainable and ethically farmed food.
On return to Moorooduc Station after a leisurely journey to
Mornington, guests will be served dessert against the backdrop of one
of the Peninsula’s most popular tourist attractions, it’s century-old
wooden carriages and buildings. Our wine expert will also be available
to chat and discuss the produce on of fer throughout the day.