Vintage Experience 2021 Wrap-Up

Vintage Experience 2021 Wrap-Up

Last Saturday, 20th February 2021, we were joined by wine and food enthusiasts alike for Millbrook Winery’s annual ‘Vintage Experience’ event.

February is a time of action in our winery with vintage in full swing - vintage is when our grapes are harvested from the vines, starting the winemaking process. It is an exciting time to visit Millbrook and a rare opportunity to experience the magic from grape to glass.

Our team of chefs, led by Head Chef Jamie Hembrow, have built a reputation for crafting menus that highlight the produce sourced straight from our heirloom vegetable garden and 90-year-old orchard. The team, once again, did not disappoint, leaving little wonder why this event sells out each and every year!

Before settling in for a sumptuous long lunch, it’s time to get a peek behind the winery curtain. Who can refuse a vineyard tour of plush vines teeming with plump, ripe fruit? Or a behind-the-scenes peek of a working winery? Hosted by winemaker, Tom Bradshaw, guests were treated to a guided tour which ramped up appetites for the feast ahead.

The Vintage Experience is the perfect opportunity to release a range of Millbrook wines and we brought out some of our best. From the eagerly awaited new vintage releases (welcome back Estate Viognier) to a brand-new-to-Millbrook alternative variety (the oh so crisp and floral Regional Arneis) our guests were spoilt start to finish.

Want to join the waiting list for our next event? Sign up to our Rewards Club to be the first to find out about our upcoming long table lunch. Hint - it’s going to be a big celebration!


Rock oysters, bay leaf oil

Millbrook 2020 Arneis


Rockmelon & chilli salsa, fish carpaccio

Millbrook 2020 Vermentino


Tomatoes, grape juice focaccia

Millbrook 2019 Verdejo


Creamed fennel, roasted pork belly, mashed potato

Millbrook 2020 Estate Viognier


Burnt paprika, beef rib-eye on the bone, goats cheese

Millbrook 2020 GSM


Spiced fruit, chocolate tart

Millbrook Liqueur Muscat

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