The Mudgee Region is a 3.5 hour drive from Sydney in Central NSW, has more than 150 years of winemaking history and is the third largest grape-growing region in NSW with around 40 cellar doors. It produces excellent Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz, is the modern home of Australia’s first Chardonnay plantings, as well as Italian varietals Sangiovese and Barbera, which thrive in the Mediterranean climate.
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Major cellar doors include Robert Oatley Vineyards, Robert Stein, Logan Wines, Lowe Wine, Huntington, Farmer’s Daughter Wines and Bunnamagoo Estate, or try Organic at Botobolar and Broombee, or go boutique at Burrundulla Vineyards, Frog Rock and Skimstone Vineyard. A food and wine lover’s paradise, Mudgee is famed for produce such as sweet honey, freshly pressed olive oil and olives, farmhouse cheeses and nuts.
Tie in your visit with one of many events that fill the calendar year such as the monthly farmers markets or unique winery celebrations. The Mudgee Region offers visitors a range of other sensory experiences that are perfect after a day at the vineyards. The region is rich with accessible nature, wildlife and birds, art, craft and ceramics, heritage museums and historical villages, antique and gift stores. Or simply retire to a huge choice of accommodation in boutique hotels, B&Bs or self-contained cottages with a roaring fire.
To find out more and plan your visit go to www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au or call (02) 6372 1020.