Our suggestions for winery visits this Spring.
Touring the wine regions of NSW is somewhat like a fairy tale – sun, wine, vineyards and cheese platters, it really can’t get much better than that.
Whether you’re interested in the mechanics of wine or just like tasting wine, NSW has everything you need. From Pokolbin to Wagga Wagga, cellar doors are abundant and you can be sure to taste some amazing wines.
If you’re in Pokolbin take to Audrey Wilkinson Winery circa 1866, this winery is known as one of the earliest settlements to pioneer in the tradition of wine making.
Additionally, Eighty Eight offers a premium wining and dining experience in the heart of the Hunter Valley, situated within Peppers Convent Hotel. Once home to the Brigidine Order of nuns in Central NSW, this lovingly restored venue now resonates with a refined mix of grandeur and comfort, where you can indulge with a weekend of wining and dining in ultimate comfort.
Reader’s Choice Award Winning Winery Cottontail Wines in Wagga Wagga is a sight to behold, with the splendour of the Riverina you can enjoy a delicious lunch of traditional tapas, gourmet wood fired pizza or a la carte mains paired with winery wines.
If you’re heading to Orange, Ferment the Orange Wine Centre is the perfect stop as it’s centrally located on Orange’s Hill Street and showcases the best wines from the central regions of New South Wales and beyond. You’ll be able to enjoy your wine alongside charcuterie boards or cheese platters as well as enjoying four-glass wine flights which are available at the bar.
Remington Motor Inn is giving you the chance to win a weekend away to NSW Wine Country in Muswellbrook.Package valued at over $1400. ENTER HERE.