Hunter Valley Wines


Distinguished and outstanding wines

With rich soils and a temperate climate, the Hunter Valley grows grapes for some of the world’s best wines, including the distinguished Hunter Valley Semillon. Enjoy wine tasting in this beautiful region and try the semillon as well as other outstanding wines.

  • Hungerford Hill winery, Hunter Valley
  • Vineyards, Hunter Valley

Outstanding wines of the Hunter Valley

Vines were first planted in the Hunter Valley in the early 1820s. The early wine pioneers - Wyndham, Lindeman, Drayton, Tyrell and Tulloch - established family-owned wineries that still operate today and over the years Australia’s oldest wine region has attracted innovative young winemakers.

The Hunter Valley has forged an international reputation for producing outstanding wines. The most recognised of these is the Hunter Valley Semillon. When young, it’s deliciously crisp with abundant citrus aromas and with age develops depth and richness with vanilla and honey flavours.

Wine tasting at winery, Hunter Valley

This beautiful valley also produces outstanding shiraz, cabernet sauvignon, verdelho and chardonnay, as well as exploring new varieties and styles. Just two hours’ drive north of Sydney, the Hunter Valley has more cellar doors to enjoy wine tasting than any other wine region in Australia.

For a mouth-watering experience, pair wines with the delicious creations of talented chefs at delightful restaurants among the vineyards. Enjoy fine wine and food with splendid views of the vineyards and the Broken Back Range, part of the magnificent Great Dividing Range.

  • Roberts restaurant, Pokolbin, Hunter Valley


    Hunter Valley chefs create inspiring dishes using the region’s fresh produce. Enjoy alfresco dining, with views of enchanting vineyards and the striking Broken Back Range.

  • Wine tasting, Hunter Valley Wine Region

    Cellar doors

    Taste some of world’s most outstanding wines in the Hunter Valley. Intimate cellar door experiences offer insight on the secrets behind creating the perfect drop.

  • Cycling through the vineyards

    Touring the vineyards

    Take in splendid vistas on vineyard tours with a difference. Hire a bicycle and pedal to cellar doors or drive through picturesque countryside to various wineries.

  1. Audrey Wilkinson

    Audrey Wilkinson was first planted in 1866 making it the oldest vineyard site in Pokolbin and one of the oldest in Australia. The Cellar Door is perched atop a foot hill of the Brokenback Mountain Ranges, and is a...

  2. Ballabourneen Wine Co

    Ballabourneen Wine Co is celebrating 22 years in the Hunter Valley. Ballabourneen is a boutique producer of fine wines and creates all the traditional favourites like Semillon, Chardonnay and Shiraz....

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