Crazy by Nature
The Crazy by Nature wines are both blended by varietal and vineyard. Still adhering to the practice of organics, biodynamics hand harvesting and natural fermentation the wines are the most affordable in our range. The Shotberry Chardonnay, a blend of Chardonnay and Viognier is a fruit forward expressive un-oaked style. Whilst the Cosmo Red a blend of Malbec, Syrah and Viognier is a barrel aged red full of mid palate fruit expression and thirst quenching drinkability.
The Millton Vineyards & Winery
Our signature range of wines are wines of distinction. Single vineyard varietal specific wines they are the product of almost 4 decades of blood sweat and tears. Expressive of terroir and traditional viticultural and vinification methods the wines bare the family name and the name of the vineyard to which they belong.
Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay, Viognier, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Muscat and Rose
Libiamo represents the next generation for the Millton family, in particular their children, this generation now look for something that is completely un-manipulated and doesn’t leave a debt or burden on the planet. The Libiamo wines are unfiltered, unfined and uncompromised. Extended time on skins and fermentation in open top barrel and clay amphora create a luminosity and a texture once lost as a result of modern vinification methods.
Clos de Ste. Anne
The Clos de Ste. Anne estate has been developed around the original Naboth’s Vineyard, where Chardonnay and Pinot Noir were initially planted in 1980. The 30-acre property now includes vineyards, forest, amenity trees, livestock and olive plantations and has been farmed using biodynamic techniques since 1989. In 2001, additional plantings of Pinot Noir were complimented with selections of Viognier, Syrah and Chenin Blanc.
All wines are produced and bottled on the property, and sealed with natural cork. They are a dream realised from memories and experiences in wine estates around the world. Clos de Ste. Anne is dedicated to my wife and business partner, Annie.