Graeme and Jo Millard planted their first block of Shiraz vines in 1991 thus ‘Milvine Estate’ was born.
HOUSE: The three bedroom stone home has a large open plan meal and living area with timber ceilings, underfloor heating, reverse cycle split system and wood heater making it ideal for entertaining. The kitchen has gas cooktop, slow combustion stove with wet back hot water and dishwasher. Three good sized bedrooms, master with walk in robe, sliding door access to the veranda and two-way access to the bathroom. The bathroom has a large frosted glass wall, shower, bath with shower over bath, vanity and toilet. Large laundry with extra storage, second toilet and external access.
Outside the home there is a covered entertaining area with pizza oven and hot tub which overlooking the vineyard, dam, surrounding hills and State Forest. Solar hot water, 5000 gal rain water tank, 2KW solar power and mains power.
PROPERTY: The 5 acre property consists of approximately 3000 Shiraz vines planted in 1991 and 1995, producing approximately 3500 bottles per year. The cellar door is uniquely built from stone found on the property which has a roundabout, drive and ample parking providing cellar door visitors with a memorable experience. Highlighted by a large lawn area and a delightful rose/mixed garden.
The vineyard is irrigated from the properties dam with pressure pump. Other infrastructure includes a lock up 6.3m X 3.5m work shop with concrete floor and power, double carport, machinery annex and 12.5m X 6.5m insulated winery shed with power, concrete floor, wash down drain, air-con, hot and cold water, cool room (no fans) for wine storage and wine making equipment.
We are offering this property for sale as an ongoing concern. Included in the sale is the 5 acre property with the registered cellar door including liquor license, house, shedding, dam, irrigation system, nets for vines and wine making equipment. The purchaser of this property is welcome to continue making wine under the ‘Milvine Estate’ label, rebrand or simply sell off the fruit (as the current owners have done since 2015) to local vineyards, as Heathcote grapes are much sought after.