Join us at our Cellar Door in historic Millthorpe for Tapas on Friday and Saturday nights from 5.30pm.


The wines of Slow Wine Co are made from grapes grown on the Johnson family vineyard, Bantry Grove. The property has been in the family for three generations, since James Johnson purchased the property in 1936.

Cellar Door

Our cellar door is open 7 days from 11am and located in the idyllic, historic village of Millthorpe – 15 minutes from Orange. Bookings essential.

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‘Cellar Door with Best Food’
Australia’s Best Cellar Door Awards 2021
“Orange is thriving, with the town’s eating and drinking venues bursting at the seams. Accommodation is often scant, so book early. The cellar doors are easily accessed, with short half-day itineraries recommended. Chardonnay continues to shine, with the region’s gracious pinots snapping at its heels…” Peter Bourne, GT WINE Magazine

Slow Wine Co Riesling 2021

93 POINTS “Steelier than your ex’s heart. This Riesling could be mistaken to be from the Clare Valley’s Polish Hill River sub-region. But oh no, it’s a beauty from Orange, NSW. A delicate Jasmine flower perfume flows onto green apples and limes. It’s now the wet stone and minerally drive takes hold and refuses to release its grip. Big love! Captivating and refreshing, make a date for a glass or two and a dozen plump oysters.” QWine

Friday & Saturday Night Tapas

Join us at our Cellar Door in historic Millthorpe for Tapas on Friday and Saturday nights from 5.30pm.

Slow Wine Co Chardonnay 2021

94 POINTS “Limpid golden hue on the pour and barrel ferment aromas of pencil shavings initially attract both the eyes and the olfactory senses. Full-bodied delivery of primary varietal fruit characteristics of stonefruit, grapefruit, mixed herbs and a hint of jasmine blossoms, impact across the palate. The cool-climate natural acid component is delicately softened by the deft malolactic treatment to provide a Chardonnay of texture, substance and elegance. Very enjoyable now but will also reward some cellaring.” Gilbert Labour, Winelines.com.au