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Popular Places in New South Wales

Popular Destinations in New South Wales

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The Brokenwood match wine experience

Cessnock (Hunter Valley)
45 Minutes
From €42.35
“Welcome to the largest complex in the Hunter Valley wine region for a special wine match experience”
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4.33 (3 Reviews)

Fortified and Fromage: food and wine experience at Audrey Wilkinson

Cessnock (Hunter Valley)
1 Hour
From €44.92
“This is a truly unique and memorable experience for discerning wine and food connoisseurs.”
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The Brokenwood journey

Cessnock (Hunter Valley)
2 Hours
From €77.65
“There is no better way to experience the true Brokenwood than with an exclusive behind the scenes tour and taste”
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4.33 (3 Reviews)

Behind the scenes winery tour at Audrey Wilkinson

Cessnock (Hunter Valley)
2 Hours
From €77.00
“Meet the winemaking team for a behind the scenes tour of the wine making process conducted in the working winery of Audrey Wilkinson”
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4.33 (3 Reviews)

Standard picnic among the vines at Audrey Wilkinson

Cessnock (Hunter Valley)
2 Hours
From €54.54
“Enjoy a self-guided tour of our onsite museum, followed by a master class and premium tasting from our in-house wine expert.”
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4.33 (3 Reviews)

Premium picnic among the vines at Audrey Wilkinson

Cessnock (Hunter Valley)
2 Hours
From €160.42
“A more exclusive picnic experiences in the heart of Hunter Valley at Audrey Wilkinson”
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Soil to Cellar at Brokenwood

Cessnock (Hunter Valley)
4 Hours
From €808.54
“A rare opportunity to gain exclusive access to one of Australia’s most iconic vineyards”
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VIP Tasting Experience at Tyrrell's in Hunter Valley

Cessnock (Hunter Valley)
1 Hour
From €48.13
“Taste iconic and award-winning Single Vineyard and Winemaker’s Selection wines at Tyrrell’s”
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VAT1 Vertical Experience at Tyrrell's in Hunter Valley

Cessnock (Hunter Valley)
2 Hours
From €160.42
“An iconic Hunter Valley experience, an exploration through the ages of Tyrrell's flagship Winemaker’s Selection Vat 1 Semillon”
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Sacred Sites Vineyard Experience at Tyrrell's in Hunter Valley

Cessnock (Hunter Valley)
3 Hours
From €304.81
“One of the most unique winery experiences available, and the only time Tyrrell's Sacred Sites wine collection is available for tasting”

More information on Hunter Valley

Located just two hours north of Sydney, the Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest wine region, renowned for producing some of the best wines in the New World. Also known for its gastronomic delights, the Hunter Valley is the perfect destination for your next gourmet getaway, packed with unique activities that go beyond wine tours and tastings.

With over 150 wineries, of which many can be visited for a wine tasting, the Hunter Valley is an unmissable stop for any wine lover. While in the area, you will have the opportunity to taste iconic wines like Hunter Valley’s Semillon, feast at acclaimed restaurants, and enjoy a full calendar of festivals and events that will make your getaway unforgettable.

Which food to taste in Hunter Valley?

The Hunter Valley is most famous for its world-class wineries, nonetheless, during your time in the area, you will have the chance to live various gourmet experiences thanks to the abundance of top-quality products, ranging from grass-fed beef to smoked fish, ripe aged cheeses, and fresh seafood. The valley is particularly known for its exceptional dairy products, including hard rind and soft cheeses, so don’t miss out on a cheese and wine pairing tasting experience.

Which wines to taste in Hunter Valley?

Your wine tastings in the Hunter Valley will surely feature wines produced using the four main varieties found in the area, Shiraz, Verdelho, Semillon, and Chardonnay. Semillon vines were first planted in the Hunter Valley in the 1830s, becoming a symbol of the region, while the first Chardonnay vineyards of Australia were planted in the area by the Tyrrell winery in the late 1960s.

Which is the best season to visit Hunter Valley?

Wine tastings and winery tours in the Hunter Valley can be organized all year round, however, most events and local festivals take place during spring, from September to November, when the climate is milder. Visiting the Hunter Valley during the winter months will instead allow you to avoid the crowds and enjoy a warming glass of wine in front of a fireplace. The Hunter Valley Wine and Beer Festival also takes place each year in June.

What things to do in Hunter Valley?

To make the most out of your next Hunter Valley getaway, save some time between your wine tastings and winery visits to enjoy unforgettable activities like hiking the trails of Barrington Tops National Park, kayaking along the banks of the Colo river, visiting the Hunter Valley Gardens, or flying over Hunter’s vineyards on a hot air balloon.

Which wineries to visit in Hunter Valley?

Up above you have the complete list of wineries to visit in Hunter Valley. Here is, anyway, the list of the top wineries to visit in Hunter Valley::

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Where to do wine tastings in Hunter Valley?

These are perfect wine tastings to book in Hunter Valley:

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