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Our Region


The Mudgee Wine Region is soil and soul, passion and perseverance.

With a viticultural history stretching back to 1858, Mudgee built itself on the much-loved Aussie styles of robust Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon along with rich, fruity & buttery Chardonnay.

These days, the region leads the way in offering a wide variety of fresh and modern styles. We’ve borrowed from the old world to create the ‘new’ Australian masters –  Riesling, Barbera, Sangiovese, Tempranillo, Vermentino and Pinot Grigio, just to name a few.  We still craft amazing bold reds and those sought-after creamy Chardonnays, we’ve just added to the repertoire with a wide range of fresh styles.

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To preserve and promote Mudgee Region’s world-class vineyards and wine producers


The Mudgee Wine Association is a community of wine industry leaders committed to working together to advance the heritage, reputation and future of the Mudgee appellation. We are passionate about helping growers produce quality grapes in a sustainable fashion that enhance their value and aim to assist winemakers and wine producers in achieving and maintaining first rate wines bearing the Mudgee name.

We primarily aim to provide educational seminars, events, promotions and services that assist growers, producers and winemakers, while preserving Mudgee’s unique grape growing heritage for the members of tomorrow.

Buoyed by of a group of passionate, like-minded individuals who work in harmony to ensure the region maintains the highest possible standards, Mudgee continues to achieve outstanding results in grape growing and winemaking.

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A well-structured combination of rich, fertile soils suited to sustaining agricultural growth. Volcanic earth and sandy loam lie over sub soils of clay. Nutrient retention coupled with superior drainage are paramount to high quality grape production.


With elevations from 450m to 1100m above sea level, our climate is diverse and can create a wide range of varietal nuances. Spring frosts and cold nights delay bud burst, rainfall and humidity are typical of an inland grape growing area.