The Minchinbury story began in the 19th century when Captain William Minchin established a colonial property in Sydney. The property was later purchased by Dr McKay who would go on to plant the first vines on the land.
By the 1920s, Minchinbury had carved its name as Australia’s most famous sparkling wine, with its Sydney home playing host to some of the country’s most famous celebrities and sporting heroes over the coming decades.
Indeed, over three centuries, Minchinbury has been an integral part of the Australian wine landscape and a key part of the celebratory moments of Australia. Today, the Minchinbury Pinot Noir Chardonnay and Minchinbury Prosecco are benchmark examples of these two classic Sparkling styles, while the Crisp, Blush and Luscious Sparkling wines overdeliver on flavour and sophistication.
With a renaissance of its winemaking and range, Minchinbury is now introducing its sparkling story to a whole new generation of wine lovers.