Food & Wine in Orange
The majestic dormant volcano, Mount Canobolas, has provided Orange with soil rich in minerals. Combine this with the region’s high altitude and you have perfect conditions for the production of delectable cool climate wines. First class restaurants and wonderful local produce complement the premium wines, making Orange a must visit destination in Regional NSW.
Food in Orange
Orange has a strong agricultural heritage, and grows exceptional fruit and vegetables. Sample some of the region’s best at the Agrestic Grocer, and enjoy the on-site brewery and fantastic restaurant. You’ll also find the Second Mouse Cheese Company, suppliers to many Orange restaurants, including highly rated Charred.
As the wine industry has developed in the last few decades, so has the restaurant scene. The region is home to exceptional restaurants, creating superb seasonal menus using sustainable local produce. Enjoy contemporary Italian and French cuisine at the one-hat Lolli Redini and visit the charming heritage village of Millthorpe for a delicious meal at Tonic.
Wine in Orange
Ferment is a good place to start your wine experience, a cellar door for over 20 producers. Learn about the art and science of winemaking from Australia’s first carbon neutral winery, Ross Hill Wines, and stop for a tasting at Philip Shaw Wines, an Orange wine pioneer. Immerse yourself in the beautiful countryside with an Orange Wine Tour and enjoy Alsace inspired wines at Colmar Estate.
On the slopes of Mount Canobolas you’ll find De Salis' Vineyard with 180 degree views over the valley below. Further down is Heifer Station, a winery offering tastings in a 100 year old shearing shed and private picnics on the gorgeous estate. Visit Slow Wine Co in the village of Millthorpe or enjoy a unique sit-down wine tasting experience at Swinging Bridge wines.
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