Why pay $60/bottle for top Mornington Pinot when you can have it for $30 at Cracka? | Cracka Wines Deal

You can't escape it, good Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir is expensive.

For the top wines from makers like Ten Minutes By Tractor, Stonier or Kooyong you're looking at $65/bottle+ and even the standard wines are over $30 each.

But not today, where you can pick up a fine Mornington Pinot for half the cellar door price.

How is this possible? Well, that's the joy of a mystery wine. You get an exceptional wine for a ridiculous price, and we don't piss off the winery in the process. Win-win!

As the name suggests, the 2014 Mystery First Class Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir is A-grade Pinot too. Crafted from a 21-year-old vineyard at the northern end of the peninsula, this flagship wine was sourced from a single block and a single clone, the fruit handpicked, wild-fermented and hand-plunged.

Described by one of our nation's most astute wine critic as 'sizzl(ing) with savouriness', this elegant and refined Mornington Pinot Noir with a structure to ensure it lasts for years.

An absolute top grade wine, from one of the region's up-and-coming stars, this Pinot is all yours for just $29.99/bottle in six packs - exactly half the cellar door price.

Don't miss out on one of the most unbelievable Mornington Pinot deals around. Buy online right here before it runs out.