Milton Vineyard

The East Coast

Milton is 13km north of Swansea, with tastings in an elegant, white weatherboard pavilion presiding over the vines. Sip some sparkling rosé and enjoy a cheese platter, some scallop carpaccio or lamb gnocchi by the lake (mains $20 to $30).

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