Cellar Door

Tastings

Nazaaray is like the ‘secret lane ways’ of the Mornington Peninsula… everyone knows the big players but there is the excitement of your own special find tucked away. This is a cellar door experience unlike any other!

Meet the winemaker, Param, and let him guide you through his latest releases: Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Syrah. He has a passion to create the best and he expresses it in the fine drop he crafts.

All cellar door tasting fees support saving the Bengal tiger.

Please note Nazaaray is a working winery and not a restaurant.

Nazaaray Cellar Door offers 2 wine tasting options:

  1. Seated wine tasting – 5 wines  – $10pp (available 11am – 3.45pm)
  2. Seated wine tasting + food  – taste 5 wines plus an Indian tasting plate consisting of pakora, samosa, seekh kebab & tikki     – $30pp (available 12pm – 2.30pm). Booking essential for food tasting plates.

(Indian tasting plate details here. Please note, this combination may change from time to time)

OPENING HOURS
11am – 4pm, Sat to Sun
Monday by appointment only

Sipping & Hopping

Sip a glass of fine Nazaaray Estate wine on the cellar door viewing deck, and at dusk you may see kangaroos hopping by. The deck overlooks the estate’s peaceful farmland and the wildlife haven of Greens Bush, part of the Mornington Peninsula National Park. Kangaroos bound across the farmland and along tree corridors which Nazaaray Estate has planted from the road to Greens Bush.

A Relaxing Good Time

Two vintage 1930s train carriages add a whimsical note. Melbourne’s vintage ‘red rattler’ train carriages are famous, but few have ended up at a winery.

Nirmal Ghumman of Nazaaray Estate took such a fancy to these World War II relics that she bought two and restored them.elaxed

Food

Nazaaray Estate Winery has two decks with panoramic views and 2 or 3 rooms for indoor seating of up to 20 people.

The Cellar Door provides seated wine tastings ($10pp) and offers a variety of food platters as an option to the wine tastings. The platters includes such things as dips with bread, samosas, pakoras & tikka and vary from week to week. 
We have many enquiries to host functions at our venue, but unfortunately cannot accommodate all. We have many outdoor spaces to offer visitors, although numbers are necessarily limited to those who book before arrival.