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With a winemaking history stretching back to the 1858, Mudgee has long been a favourite with wine lovers who just keep on coming back to this picturesque region of rolling hills.

Mudgee (deriving from the Aboriginal term Moothi meaning ‘Nest in the Hills’) is situated in the Great Dividing Range and stretches from the township of Dunedoo in the north down through the towns of Gulgong and Mudgee to Rylstone and Kandos in the South. These towns with their early Australian architectural facades, rolling hills and green valleys make Mudgee one of NSW’s most stunning wine regions to visit.

Mudgee’s reliable summer weather with hot days and long cool nights allows for slower ripening making Mudgee ideal for producing red wines with great intensity of colour and flavour. In addition, the region’s rich volcanic soils with quartz ranging from 430m to 1100m above sea level, assist to produce wines of depth and character. As a result, Mudgee has established a reputation for big, concentrated red wines – in particular, Cabernet Sauvignon.

Recent years has also seen the emergence of new varietals with the likes of Sangiovese, Barbera and Zinfandel. Mudgee has experienced dramatic growth since the early 1970’s to become NSW’s third largest gape producing region and also features more than 40 cellar doors.

Useful Contacts

Mudgee Wine Grape Growers Association

Visit Mudgee

NSW Wine Industry Partners

Upcoming Events

23 & 24 March 2024

NSW Wine Cellar Door at The Rocks

The Rocks Market brings you their new NSW Wine Cellar Door! Savour and explore the offerings of Scarborough Wine Co., Mercer Wines, Horner Wines, and Latitude 32 Wines, each showcasing their finest creations.

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27 May 2024

Sydney Trade Tasting ~ Young Guns

The next NSW Wine Sydney Trade Tasting of 2024 will take place in May in a central CBD location, and will be focusing on wines from up and coming winemakers.

21 May 2024

Pinot Noir Masterclass

DPI NSW and NSW Wine are hosting a Pinot Noir Masterclass in the Hunter Valley. More information to follow shortly.

mid 2024

NSW Sommelier's Wine List Awards

The next NSW Sommelier's Wine List Awards will open in mid 2024. To find out more about these Awards and see who were the 2023 #nswwinestar click below.

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November 2024

NSW Wine Awards Presentation

Join the Governor of NSW at a lavish lunch at ICC Sydney and be amongst the first to hear which NSW wines and winemakers have been crowned the best of the best in 2024.