Millner Heritage Vineyard and Winery
Open: Year Round
The Millner family name comes from Franz Müllner (pictured left) who came from Neuhaus, Bohemia around 1880, which at that time, was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Franz’s wife Annastazia came with the children, Matt in particular, 2 years later in 1882. Later, Matt (pictured right) married a German, Theresea Gruber. Soon enough Matt and his brother-in-laws were making wine, whiskey, and many other spirits to which we have good stories of during the prohibition era.
Every generation since then has taken part in this family tradition, and it was decided in 2005 that we would take this family tradition to commercial scale. Ironically, Jon’s wife Annamaria grew up in Tiszauyvaros Hungary, not too far from either Eger or Tokay. She used to work at a vineyard and winery in Baden- Wurttemburg Germany and also in a vineyard in Iowa where Jon and Anna had met.
Love this place. Lots of great wines. Great atmosphere and fun staff and owners. Been there several times this year for special events and have not been disappointed. Will be going there a lot more in the near future.
Just got done with the case club appreciation dinner. The atmosphere was fun, the food great, and as always the wine was excellent! Thank you so much Millner family for these special days. I bought 3 cases of wine so I'm stocked for the winter anyways.
I love my job. As a place to work, it is one of my favorite jobs thay I have ever had. Fun atmosphere, plenty to do, and great bosses.
Best wine I've ever had. I've had many many wines from different countries and local vineyards. Millner wine never sours my stomach like most other wines do and the staff is very knowledgeable on it all. The price is right as well!
Had a very nice wine tasting and a Keek's pizza. Delicious! Very happy with the wine. Took 3 bottles home this visit