In the spring of 1972, Sidney Baillieu Myer AC planted Elgee Park, establishing the Peninsula’s first commercial vineyard. A pioneering investor of viticulture in the region, his chardonnay today is built full of life, and that will suit a burning bum in front of the fire. It’s got crunch to match its concentrated punch, with plenty of stone fruit character that just keeps going. When it’s chilled it still delivers a lush fruit but will refresh even the warmest of faces.
McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery was delighted to reopen its gallery doors