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Friday, 01 August 2014 by
Elle Singapore visits for Hunter Valley Wine & Food Month

“Few things excite me as much as the prospect of a gourmet trail, like eating my way through Tuscany or scouring Japan for its varying cuisine across the islands. Australia’s New South Wales (NSW) was never really on the must-eat list, but when I heard about Hunter Valley’s annual Wine & Food Month, I thought

Top 10 Huner Valley Wineries

“The Hunter Valley is an ideal weekend getaway with stunning vistas, great cellar door experiences and divine dining. The Hunter Valley is known for its award-wining Semillon and elegant Shiraz and with over 150 cellar doors in the region, you’re spoilt for choice. If you want to delve beyond the big name wineries and discover

Peter Drayton Wines, Hunter Valley

“Wine is more than just a passion or a tradition for some people, it is in their blood, and that is certainly the case with well-known Hunter businessman, Peter Drayton. While he has maintained a share in the Ironbark Hill vineyard on Hermitage Rd for the past 14 years, the majority of his time and

Leogate Estate Hunter Valley awarded World's Best New Wine

“Hunter Valley winery, Leogate Estate has taken home the “James Rodgers Trophy for the Best Wine in its First Year of Production” for its 2011 “The Basin” Reserve Shiraz at the 2014 International Wine Challenge. The awards were held in London last night, and the judges described the drop as a “refined, cool Shiraz style

Hunter gigs for Barnes anniversary

“LEGENDARY rocker Jimmy Barnes has announced he’ll come back to the Hunter for the second time this year as part of a concert series to celebrate 30 years as a solo artist. In a tour presented by A Day On The Green, the former Cold Chisel frontman will be backed by The Living End, Baby

Eighty Eight opens in the Hunter Valley

“Plenty of restaurants spawn kitchen gardens, but when Eighty Eight opens in the Hunter Valley this Saturday it’ll be the reverse – a restaurant inspired by a kitchen garden. In 2012, Roberts restaurant head chef George Francisco planted a 1.5-hectare garden.” Read more | Good Food

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