With a continuous history of winemaking since the 1850s, the Mudgee Region is the third largest grape-producing region in NSW and has more than 110 wine grape growers and around 30 cellar doors.

Mudgee Region’s temperate climate allows for the slow ripening of grapes, producing red wines of great intensity, depth and flavour. The region produces great chardonnay and has a reputation for crafting cabernet sauvignon and shiraz of great character; recent years has also seen success with sangiovese, barbera and zinfandel.

There are a number of Gulgong tours that will show you some of our of Region’s highlights.