Located at the gateway to the King Valley, Brown Brothers is perfectly placed to start you on your Prosecco Road adventure.
Set in gorgeous grounds is a private Prosecco lounge, just for you and your besties. Brunch awaits - a gourmet spread of freshly baked sweets and pastries, local Milawa cheeses, house-made delicacies, terrines and seasonal fruits. Of course, no King Valley brunch would be complete without Prosecco. Taste Brown Brothers’ Prosecco range at your own pace.
This brunch suits groups from two to eight guests. Assemble your best brunch crew and start your day in the King Valley way.
A gourmet spread of freshly baked sweets and pastries, local Milawa cheeses, house-made delicacies, terrines and seasonal fruits. - Of course, no King Valley brunch would be complete without Prosecco! Taste Brown Brothers’ Prosecco range at your own pace.
Days of operation:
Departure details: 31/07/19 - 31/03/21
Daily: 09:00am - 11:00am
Explore one of Australia’s most iconic wineries, in one of Australia most Idyllic valleys. You can visit the past, experience the now and taste the future of the Australian wine industry- all at Brown Brothers-Milawa.
With the Victorian Alps as the backdrop, beautiful blue skies above and lush green pastures of the King Valley; there is simply no better way to experience Australian wine.
Ideally located two and a half hours from Melbourne on the road to Sydney, Brown Brothers winery offers a unique experience.
The Brown family invite you to tour the historic grounds, taste their regional wines and savour the seasonal flavours of The Restaurant. Learn the story of a wine-making family who have been ahead of their time for 130 years.
Brown Brothers is one of Australia's oldest and most loved wineries. With four generations of wine making experience the Brown family are producing some of Australia’s most innovative wine all from their King Valley Winery in the stunning Victorian high country.
This is the perfect way to spend your day in North East Victoria.
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