Tumbarumba

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Tumbarumba lies at the foothills of the Snowy Mountains and is New South Wales’ coolest wine-growing region. Vines were first planted in 1982 and historically the fruit has primarily been used for sparkling wine with Chardonnay and Pint Noir accounting for more than 75% of the land under vine.

However, over the past decade, we have seen table wines made individually from these two varieties come to the fore, with producers such as Hungerford Hill releasing wines of great distinction. The 2006 NSW Wine of the Year was the Hungerford Hill Tumbarumba Chardonnay, marking the region’s coming of age.

Useful Contacts

Tumbarumba Vignerons Association

Tumbarumba Region

NSW Wine Industry Partners

Upcoming Events

18 May 2022

Riesling Royale Masterclass

SOLD OUT - NSW Department of Primary Industry in collaboration with NSW Wine would like to invite you to attend the 2022 Riesling Royale Masterclass on 18th May at the QT Hotel Canberra

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May, June, July 2022

NSW Wine Regional Trade Tasting

NSW Wine is hosting a series of regional tastings for the on-premise trade in Sydney. Part 1 focuses on the Hunter Valley, Mudgee, the Canberra District & Orange, with additional Parts taking place later in the year. For more info email:

media@nswwine.com.au

June 2022

NSW Sommelier's Wine List Awards

Entries for the 2022 NSW Sommelier's Wine List Awards open on 24 March and close on 19 April. To find out more about these Awards and see who was a 2021 #nswwinestar click below.

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September 2022

2022 NSW Wine Awards Judging

Entries into the 27th annual ICC Sydney NSW Wine Awards will open in July 202, with judging taking place at ICC Sydney in September.

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TBC 2022

NSW Wine Awards Presentation

Join the Governor of NSW at a lavish lunch and be amongst the first to hear which NSW wines and winemakers have been crowned the best of the best in 2022

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