Years ago, when I visited this winery, Ian Scarborough made only Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, and then only if the grapes were good enough. On my most recent visit, I found that the range of wines produced has widened considerably. Their quality and the professionalism of the wine tastings remains the same.
I loved the wines (and bought a few) but the use of 9 glasses for 9 different wines is so important, as is the explanation of the wines by the attentive staff and the relaxed, unhurried atmosphere for the tastings. Personally, I do not taste wines and eat cheese and crackers at the same time, but our nominated driver for that day enjoyed the cheeses as much (or perhaps almost as much!) as we savoured the wines.
Add to this the beauty of the location and tastings at this winery are a must on a visit to the best of the Hunter.
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