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OPEN EVERY WEEKEND. Saturday & Sunday : Midday - 5pm.
Sunday by appointment - 1.5hr international wine tutored tasting sessions.

Bookings Phone: 0416 059448 or 0419 393145

"With critical self-discipline and hard work our aim is to create complex, long-lasting wines clearly traceable to the vineyards whence they came."

Tony Hancy - Vigneron

At Prancing Horse Estate we aim to achieve balanced wines with intense flavours and structure. Our imprint on the Australian and French wine landscapes has been achieved through an uncompromising approach using organic and biodynamic principles in our vineyards and in the winery. Throughout the winemaking process, Prancing Horse winemaker, Sergio Carlei oversees the gentlest biodynamic approach.

In the Vineyard, Paul Danaher and his team engage in a rigorous program of biodynamic viticulture. The aim is to improve wine quality and optimise fruit flavours the natural way by continually improving the quality of the soil. These elements have fused and frame our ambition to be regarded as one of Australia's truly great cool-climate producers.

Recent Reviews - Prancing Horse Estate Mornington Peninsula


"Amongst the best in Australia…Outstanding winery ...wines of exemplary quality and typicity" The Australian Wine Companion 2011, James Halliday

"With the shared knowledge from wonderful winemakers, Sergio Carlei and Pascal Marchand, the Prancing Horse Label is finding its way to the top table of Australian winemaking."

2008 Prancing Horse Morey St Denis 1er Cru Clos des Ormes "There are loads of spices; cinnamon, cloves and dark cherry. The acid is firm and the tannins grab at your cheeks and make you lick the inside of your mouth. Most engaging..."

2009 Prancing Horse Pinot Noir "A more muscular, more intense Pinot Noir…it offers a generosity of fruit, very sleek and focused."

2011 Prancing Horse The Pony Pinot Noir "A mouth-watering and lovely drink-now style." The Melbourne Times Weekly, Ben Knight, May 2012


To view the latest releases from Prancing Horse Estate, please visit our online Cellar Door Shop