Fireside in the Vineyard

6152 Murray Valley Highway Brimin 3685

Chase away the cooler weather with a glass of Muscat in hand and a fire pit at your heels.

Best suited to small, intimate groups on a cool winter’s day, be mesmerised by the lick of the flames and charm of Warrabilla’s vineyard.

24 hours notice required for gathering firewood.

Please allow 1.5 hours.

This experience is provided by The Muscat Mile No 14. Warrabilla Wines

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