Manon Farm occupies a beautiful part of the Forest Range, on a ridge some six hundred metres above sea level, with views all the way down to the Indian Ocean at the Gulf of Saint Vincent.
Tim Webber and Monique Milton moved here in 2016. Monique comes from a pioneering family of farmers back in New Zealand, whose vineyards were the first in the country to be recognised as biodynamic, whilst Tim is a gifted chef who has cooked at some of the world’s most interesting restaurants.
Their work in the cellar is driven by patience, sensitivity and a maturity beyond their years. Winemaking is fluent and dynamic, allowing the two to make thoughtful, original wines based upon what nature has offered them that year. Nothing is ever added and importantly, nothing is released until it is deemed ready, allowing their pure, vibrant wines to garner layers of character and poise.