Perth Hills Wine Region

The Perth Hills wine region is characterised by its hilly terrain, forested valleys and majestic scenery, spanning a stretch of 110 kilometres running north to south just inland of Perth.

The region's Mediterranean climate is influenced by the Darling Scarp mountain ranges which help to create an ideal microclimate for vines to flourish with warm, dry summers and cool nights over the growing season.

The soil on our property is made up of clay topsoil over coffee rock, gravel and granite.

While viticulture has been practised intermittently in the region for over a century, the Perth Hills was officially registered as a winegrowing region in 1999.

Millbrook is surrounded by the rich beauty of the Perth Hills

Our estate is nestled among towering jarrah forests and rolling hills

We Utilise Sustainable Viticulture

To protect Millbrook’s pristine environment, modern and sustainable viticultural practices are utilised.

Vines are planted on undulating slopes to optimise drainage and control canopy growth, with the emphasis being on fruit quality, rather than yield. The vineyards are irrigated only when required and all of our vines are pruned and picked by hand.

Today the vineyard comprises a mix of plantings, with 8 hectares of Viognier, Petit Verdot, Shiraz, Grenache, Mourvèdre and Merlot under vine.

We don't buy any fruit or vegetables for our restaurant

Everything that is cooked in the kitchen has been grown from our garden, orchard and olive grove.

The Millbrook Garden

In addition to the vines lining the steep slopes, the Millbrook property incorporates an active orchard, an olive grove and a one-acre garden featuring over 100 varieties of heirloom vegetables. The garden produce is hand-picked daily and features prominently in the Millbrook restaurant’s ever-changing seasonal menu.