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Wineries and Cellar Doors

Locations>     Pokolbin & Rothbury          Lovedale         Wollombi & Broke

Stomp! Wines (Broke)
Stomp! Wines is a family owned and operated boutique wine company based in the tranquil Broke-Fordwich wine region of the Hunter Valley.

With two stunning contemporary brands, Stomp! and Pssst 'n' Broke, their wines are a must for those searching for authentic, stylish, fresh, fruit-driven wines with a true sense of place.

Undercliff Winery (Wollombi)
Undercliff Winery was established as a mixed farm in 1846. In 1990, vineyards were planted with semillon and shiraz, varieties having a long successful association with the region. More recently Chardonnay, Chambourcin and Muscat have been planted.

The original house built of timber in 1847 (now operating as a bed and breakfast) has been joined by a small winery carefully designed and constructed to compliment the heritage value of the area.

       

Krinklewood Biodynamic Vineyard (Broke)
Krinklewood's French inspired cellar door is set amongst beautiful Provencal gardens, urns and fountains overlooking the vineyards and olive trees, and nestled in the picturesque Broke Fordwich Valley.

Krinklewood is a Certified Organic, family owned vineyard. Every aspect of this Hunter Valley Winery and Vineyard is managed in a holistic and sustainable way; no herbicides or pesticides are used.

Stonehurst Wines (Wollombi)
Stonehurst's boutique wines are made from organic grapes - hand picked and pruned.

A great wine begins in the vineyard, and at Stonehurst we are committed to sustainable agriculture. Our elevated trellis captures sunlight and airflow enhancing fruit quality and flavours. We use no insecticide and only organically approved fungicide.

    

Wollombi Wines (Wollombi)
Wollombi Wines 20 year old Semillon and Shiraz vines receive little or no irrigation, so yields are low - 1.5 to 2.0 tonne per acre. As a result, focus is on quality and not quantity.

All vineyard work is carried out by the family so there is a close personal interest in producing the best possible grapes. Wollombi wines are easy drinking with emphasis on lower alcohol wines.