Our Pinot Noir is in the top 3% of wines in the world

Vivino rates Eldridge Estate Pinot Noir in the top 3% of the world

If you’re a wine lover, you may have heard of Vivino, the mobile application that allows you to scan a wine bottle and see ratings and comments from other users. But how does Vivino calculate the best wines in the world? And why were your region’s Pinot Noir wines ranked in the top 3% of the world’s best wines?

How does Vivino work?

Vivino is a popular wine app that allows users to discover and rate wines from all over the world. With over 50 million users, Vivino has become a go-to platform for wine lovers looking for expert ratings and reviews.

Vivino users can also rate and comment on wines they have tasted, allowing the app to generate average ratings and rankings for each wine.

How does Vivino calculate the best wines in the world?

To determine the best wines in the world, Vivino aggregates and analyzes the ratings and comments submitted by its users worldwide. Vivino’s algorithm for calculating the best wines takes into account various factors, such as the number of ratings a wine has, the average rating given by users, and the quality of the ratings (for example, ratings from experienced wine tasters may be weighted more heavily than ratings from casual wine drinkers).

Our Pinot Noir wines were ranked in the top 3% of the best wines in the world by the app’s users. Pinot Noir is one of the most renowned grape varieties in the Mornington Peninsula region, largely due to the cool climate of the Mornington Peninsula, which allows it to express itself in the most beautiful ways.

Eldridge Estate benefits from ocean breezes and is at an altitude of 220 meters, which creates ideal conditions for growing Pinot Noir. Our Pinot Noir wines are known for their elegance, finesse, and complexity.