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Brown Brothers Milawa Vineyard, Milawa

(4.3/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
Situated in a broad, flat flood plain--King Valley--the complex of Brown Brothers Milawa Vineyard encompasses a series of low-rise, yellow buildings surrounded by lush pastoral land. Established in 1885, the vineyard produces a wide variety of wines, most of which can be sampled at the facility’s cellar door. If you want to explore the immediate surrounds, you can even borrow a bike for free at the vineyard. With our international travel planner, Milawa attractions like Brown Brothers Milawa Vineyard can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Magnificent day . From the moment we arrived and walked up the driveway to the cellar door and met Helen at the cellar door our day was off to great start , I had said to my wife on the way in that I ...  more »
  • Brown Brothers have created a great little oasis in this area for tourists and travelers looking for somewhere to relax and enjoy good wines and food. The grounds are very well maintained and shaded g...  more »
  • Both the wine tasting & being a guest at a wedding here were great experiences. We popped into the wine tasting earlier in the day and were treated so some great wines, some listed and also some not l...  more »
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  • Make sure you have a booking for the restaurant. We dropped in and were told the restaurant was full. Fine. No worries. What is ridiculous is the offer to take a seat outside or in the bar where you pay full restaurant menu prices with zero service. You have to order at the bar, the food is auctioned off at the table to you and the service then disappears into thin air. Seriously, I'm not paying $40 for the privilege of ordering a main meal at the bar and then have no table service. At least offer a bar menu with prices that reflect the lack of service.
  • Great cellar door to visit, although they do get terribly busy at times. The wine range is huge, so you can focus on your favourite varieties. Outside, there are beautiful grounds, a kids playground, and even bikes for loan. The restaurant and wine bar at the same property are worth looking at too.
  • Terrible service by all 3 of the cellar door staff. Brown Brothers Moscato is my favourite wine so I was very excited to finally be at the cellar door. Staff ask what you want, pour the sample then walk away. No dialogue whatsoever. They would then come back & do exactly the same thing. Cellar door was not overly busy. When the staff were not pouring samples they just stood together talking. At one stage I had to call one of them over as we were all being ignored. I had visited intending to try lots of wines & also purchase but we ended up only trying a few & left. Very disappointed.
  • Truly immersive wine tasting experience. The grounds are beautifully manicured with a vasty array of wines available at the cellar door. Needless to say we walked away with a few bottles of Brown Brothers' superb moscatos
  • Amazing cellar door with a great selection of wines available for tasting. Very friendly staff at the tasting and the restaurant. The food was really really good. 👍👍