Rose Hill Estate

+61 3 5727 3930 1400 Oxley Flats Road
Milawa, 3678
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l Jo and Kevin took over the winery in October 2004. Since then the vineyard and surrounding area has had a face-lift. A new car park has been put in, along with some very attractive native garden beds. As the garden grows and becomes established it will be a pleasure to visit. All visitors to cellar door are welcome to look around the gardens and the vineyard. During your visit to cellar door, you are encouraged to ask questions, be it about the vineyard or the winemaking side of things. Tours around the winery are available, with all aspects of winemaking discussed. The cellar door experience is a very personal one, with all attention focused on you the customer. – Description from milana

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