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Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula is known for its natural beauty, and delicious wines. Plonk & Stink, a new bar from David and Karina Reyne, looks to highlight exactly that.
Situated in Flinders, Plonk & Stink has a large range of wine and cheese that is available for dine-in, or take away. The flights here, are a particular highlight. They’ll serve up three glasses of ‘interesting and delicious’ Victorian wines, along with a selection of local cheeses. You can also do a whiskey, or beer flight if you’d prefer.
If you’re a local, Plonk & Stink will deliver for free on orders $100 and over, and will ship wine all around Australia. Check out the full range here.
Flinders is a seaside town located on the Mornington Peninsula at the point where Western Port meets Bass Strait. Its local government area is the Shire of Mornington Peninsula. At the 2016 census, Flinders had a population of 905.
The town was named by George Bass after his friend, the explorer and British naval officer Matthew Flinders. Settlement commenced in 1854 and many pioneers and settlers are buried at the Flinders cemetery. Flinders Post Office opened on 7 March 1863 as the population grew.
Flinders was once believed to have previously been known as Mendi-Moke, but this has subsequently been denied. 
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