Mudgee Wine As­so­ci­a­tion.

Halliday - - Mudgee -

What can first-time vis­i­tors ex­pect from a trip to Mudgee? They are of­ten pleas­antly sur­prised by the nat­u­ral beauty and au­then­tic charm of the re­gion. Mudgee and the sur­round­ing vil­lages take pride in what they of­fer, from the quaint and pretty streetscapes to the abun­dance of fresh pro­duce, lo­cally made prod­ucts and top-notch wines – not to men­tion the gen­uine friend­li­ness of the lo­cals.

The winer­ies and cel­lar doors in the re­gion are all sur­round­ing the town­ship of Mudgee it­self, and within a 30km ra­dius you can hit no less than 35, all with di­verse and high-qual­ity of­fer­ings.

What is the best time of year to plan a visit?

Mudgee is a great year-round venue with each sea­son pro­vid­ing dif­fer­ent and ex­cit­ing el­e­ments. How­ever, it’s dur­ing the Spring Wine and Food Fes­ti­val that the re­gion re­ally shines. Through­out this month­long fes­ti­val be­gin­ning in Septem­ber, the whole of Mudgee joins in a cel­e­bra­tion of all things epi­curean. Vis­i­tors can ex­plore the area, and sam­ple its wines and pro­duce with events at cel­lar doors, restau­rants and cafes, and even among the vines. Long lunches, de­lec­ta­ble din­ners, per­fect pair­ings, cocktail classes and sun­set soirees are some of the ways the Mudgee fes­ti­val can be en­joyed.

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