There’s a cellar door to suit even the most discerning palette with small, specialised boutique vineyards and wineries a specialty. As soon as you reach the township of Wollombi you will be spoilt for choice. Recognised for its Semillon and Shiraz, the region also boasts award-winning sparkling wines, cabernet sauvignons and merlots in its repertoire. Enjoy wine tasting at the award-winning Hungerford Hill or Peterson House. Or why not enjoy a taste of the infamous Dr Jurds Jungle Juice at the Wollombi Tavern!
Visit our sandstone cellar and sample our award winning wines, produced entirely from our hand-picked grapes. Cellar Door open 7 days from 10am to 5pm.
Home of Dr. Jurd’s Jungle Juice, the Tavern is a friendly spot to stop for a snack or meal in the bistro, or enjoy a drink on the verandah.
Chardonnay, Shiraz, Sauvignon Blanc, Methode Champenoise Sparkling Wine, lemonella and Chilli Wine. Cellar door open 7 days from 10am - 5pm for tastings.
Peterson House is located at the gateway to the Hunter Valley Vineyards, and encompasses an unforgettable cellar door and award winning Restaurant Cuvee.
Award-winning winery and one hatted restaurant, Margan is nestled in the picturesque Broke-Fordwich region of the Hunter Valley.
This historic property was proclaimed ‘Undercliff’ in 1846. The vineyard was planted in 1990. Wines are made on site and we are well known for our vintage and sparkling wines.
Taste boutique wines at our picturesque Wollombi vineyard. Open 6 days a week for tastings (closed Tuesdays). Enjoy an overnight stay in Ironbark cottage.
Family owned and operated, Hungerford Hill has been a Hunter Valley icon for 40 years producing exemplary wines. Cellar door open 7 days.
Noyce Brothers Wines is a boutique wine producer at Wollombi in the Lower Hunter Valley. Taste our wines in historic rooms in the centre of the village.
A unique part of Hunter Valley Wine Country, the Wollombi valley’s vineyards have been producing fine wines in this region since the 1850′s.
The wines of Broke Fordwich are recognised for their slightly richer, softer style whilst still maintaining their unique Hunter Valley characteristics.