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What do you know about Mudgee wine?

Can you tell the difference between wines produced in Mudgee and ones that come from other parts of the world? Would you like to find out what makes Mudgee wines so special and unique?

On Wednesday 14th of September, Roth’s Wine Bar will be hosting a fun and casual evening where visitors will get to compare some of Mudgee’s finest wines with those considered the ‘flagships’ from other regions in Australia.

The event will help guests learn the subtleties and the nuances of a Mudgee drop from some of our region’s well-loved winemakers and see how they differ from the rest of the country.

Mudgee is the third largest grape-producing region in NSW and our wonderful wine producers are one of the unique characteristics and drawcards of our region.

Whether you live in Mudgee or anyone where else in Australia, our local wine is worth knowing about and recognising its unique flavours is sure to make you popular at your next dinner party.

The Mudgee v Australia wine tasting event will be held at Roth’s Wine Bar on Wednesday 14th September from 5:45pm, for a 6pm start.

Bookings are essential. Tickets cost $55 + $3 booking fee per person and are available from the Mudgee Visitors Information Centre at 84 Market Street.

For further details about Mudgee v Australia, call Roth’s Wine Bar on 02 6372 1222 or email info@rothswinebar.com.au.

Follow the Mudgee Region Food + Wine Trail

Locals and visitors to Mudgee are being invited to follow the inaugural Mudgee Region Food + Drink Trail on the weekend of April 16 and 17 and discover the best local produce in the region.

During the weekend there will be an abundance of fresh produce, delectable drink options and paddock to plate dining to enjoy.

Your Trail Pass will be your key to unlocking the perfect pairings. Each voucher on the pass can be exchanged for a sample of local wine, beer, spirit or other beverage, expertly paired with a regionally inspired small dish.

There will be 17 unique stops and experiences to choose from, including restaurants and cafes, wineries and distilleries.

Trail passes cost just $40 + $3 booking fee and each contains five vouchers that can be exchanged for one food and one beverage sample at each participating restaurant on the weekend.

Groups of five or more are encouraged to book at each venue.

Participating venues include Alby + Esthers, Artisan on Lewis, Baker Williams Distillery, Blue Wren, Botobolar, Burnbrae, di Lusso Estate, Elton’s + Gilbert Family Wines, Huntington Estate, Lowe Wines, Moothi Estate, Mudgee Brewing Co, SHORT SHEEP Micro-Winery, Slowfox Wines, Skimstone Wines, Wellstead Shrubs and Winning Post Motor Inn.

Trail Passes can be bought online at www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au or in person at the Visitors Information Centre at 84 Market Street, Mudgee.

Celebrate all the Flavours of Mudgee

Wine, food and entertainment will take over Market Street tomorrow (Saturday, September 26) for the highly anticipated Flavours of Mudgee street festival.

Arguably one of the biggest events of the Mudgee Wine and Food Festival, Flavours of Mudgee provides locals and visitors with a chance to experience a unique dining experience right in the heart of the Mudgee CBD.

From 4pm, Market Street will come alive with over 60 stalls from Mudgee’s best food and wine producers. Festival-goers can wander through the stalls, sipping on wine and trying everything from traditional Aussie fare to tasty exotic treats for dinner.

A new tasting token system is being introduced to the festival this year. For $10, you will be able to purchase a souvenir festival glass along with ten tasting tokens. One token equals one taste. Glasses of wine will also be available for $5, or you will be able to purchase a bottle of wine at cellar door prices from the individual stallholders to enjoy with the delicious food and local produce on offer.

The Flavours of Mudgee Festival is going to make for some seriously good fun tomorrow evening, just don’t forget to bring along your appetite!

For all further details about the event, visit www.flavoursofmudgee.com.au or follow Flavours of Mudgee on Facebook.

Will you be heading along to Flavours of Mudgee tomorrow?

Taste Mudgee’s best wines at Go Tasting

Everyone in Mudgee is eagerly awaiting the start of this year’s highly anticipated Mudgee Wine and Food Festival!

Luckily, the festival will get underway in just a few days time with the popular Go Tasting at the Stables.

This event really is like no other, because it gives the public a special opportunity to sample all of the entries from the 2015 Mudgee Wine Show.

The official winners of the Wine Show will be announced this Friday night at a special dinner, but at Go Tasting, locals and visitors to Mudgee will be able to decide on their own favourites.

There will be over 130 wines to sample, so you’ll need to pace yourself as you roam through the whites, reds, rosés, sparklings and stickies and taste at your leisure.

Guests will also get the chance to bag a bargain with mix and match six packs for sale and special opportunities to purchase the medal winners.

It’s just $40 per person (+ booking fee) for tickets to Go Tasting. You can buy your tickets at the door, or pre-sale at www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au/gotasting.

The event will take place at the Stables (83 Market Street), this Saturday 12 September from 5:30pm.

Make sure you head along so you don’t miss out on tasting Mudgee’s best wines all in the one spot.

To find out more about this year’s Mudgee Wine and Food Festival head to www.mudgeewine.com.au.

Will you be at the Mudgee’s Food & Wine Fair at Balmoral Beach this Sunday?

Mudgee food and wineFor those of you who are living in Sydney and missing the flavours of Mudgee, this one’s for you!  On Sunday the 11th of August, between 11am and 4pm, you’re invited to come along and enjoy the food, wine and music of the Mudgee Region, while meeting the friendly faces behind some of Australia’s best wines.

The event will be hosted by Holly Manning, CEO of Mudgee Region Tourism.  The delicious spread will include slow-cooked Mudgee lamb curry, beef and red wine ragout, and Putta Bucca free-range pork and fennel pies, all paired with exquisite award-winning wines from the Mudgee region.  You’ll also enjoy delicacies, such as High Valley cheeses, Honey Haven honeycomb and Mudgee hazelnuts, to name a few.  Matt Boylan-Smith will be entertaining the crowd with laid-back acoustics by the water.

With FREE entry and FREE shuttle buses on offer, the Mudgee Food & Wine Fair will suit Mudgee residents, Mudgee ex-pats, and Mudgee friends alike.  Our team at Professionals Mudgee Real Estate encourage you to visit the Mudgee Wine Region Facebook page for details, and urge you to make your way down to Balmoral Beach this Sunday for what promises to be a treat for the senses.

Will you be at the Mudgee’s Food & Wine Fair at Balmoral Beach this Sunday?

It’s Gotta Be Mudgee!

We know how awesome Mudgee is, and food and wine lovers of Sydney will this week be privy to just how great our region is when the Mudgee region is put on show at the Pyrmont Festival of Wine, Food and Art between today and the 27th of May 2012.

This Sunday’s free outdoor Wine and Food fair is set to be a hit with locals, being held at Pirrama Park, with wine tasting, fine food and produce stands and plenty to tantalise just about any palette, and of course Mudgee will be at the centre of it all!

Other events taking place as part of the festival include dinners, cheese master classes, long lunches, tours and art exhibitions, all revolving around the great products that come out of our very own country town. If you know of people in Sydney that are keen wine connoisseurs, love great food, or who appreciate art, then please share this post with them.

Hats off to the Mudgee Wine Region industry for collaborating with the Pyrmont Ultimo Chamber of Commerce and the City of Sydney to put on the event, which is aimed at introducing a little bit of country and showcase the origins of great food, wine and art to city folk and hopefully boosting tourism in the Mudgee region.

To find out more about the Pyrmont Festival of Wine, Food and Art or the Mudgee Region, click on these links.

Tickets Still Available for this Weekend!

If you haven’t already got your tickets to one of Mudgee’s major annual events – Go Grazing – then you’re in luck because you can still get tickets, even though the event is on this Saturday!

If you’re a bit of a wine connoisseur or fancy a nibble on great foods made from locally produced goods, then Mudgee’s Go Grazing event should definitely be on your calendar! Not only will you find Mudgee’s regional wines from leading winemakers, you’ll also find some of the best matching foods to go with quality selections of red and white wines, not to mention the glass of bubbles you receive on arrival to the event.

Held this Saturday, 21st of April 2012 at the Mudgee Showgrounds, and at a very reasonable ticket price of $70 per person (plus $2 booking fee for online purchases), Go Grazing is one of Mudgee’s best food and wine events – we’ve always had fun when we’ve been there!

You can purchase tickets from the Mudgee Visitor Information Centre online or call 6372 1020. Click on the image below to visit the Mudgee Wine website for all of the information!

**Please note that there is an error on the banner above, the venue is actually the Mudgee Showground**

Other events in Mudgee this weekend:

Tickets are still available for Sunday’s Country vs City Origin match at Glen Willow Sporting Complex that we wrote about a couple of weeks ago – get your tickets here!

Plus there’s also the Mudgee Races on this Saturday as well – and we know very well that the Mudgee races are very popular, and a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon with friends.

What an action packed weekend we have here in Mudgee this weekend… never a dull moment!

100 Mile Picnic is On Tomorrow

Head to the banks of the Cudgegong River at Lawson Park off Short Street tomorrow between 11am and 4pm for the second annual 100 Mile Picnic!

Bring your picnic rug, some chairs and of course your family and friends, and enjoy the food and wine on offer from around the local Mudgee region. The 100 Mile Picnic is about getting all of the region’s local producers, wineries and chefs from within 100 miles (or 160 kilometers) of Mudgee together for a great event that’s sure not to disappoint.

Not only does the day consist of picnic treats, there’ll also be entertainment including yabbie races, cooking demonstrations and entertainment for the younger ones. One of the important messages of the event is to promote sustainable living, which includes knowing how far your food and goods have to travel to get to your home, because the greater the distance our food travels, the greater the greenhouse gas emissions that are produced.

Last year’s inaugural event saw thousands of people from around Mudgee, Sydney and Central regions in attendance, raising money for non-profit community facilities such as Pioneer House and Kanandah, to assist in the provision of the highest level of care to our aged community.

If you don’t have plans tomorrow, make sure you pull up a picnic rug at Mudgee’s 100 Mile Picnic!

It’s Time to “Go Grazing” in Mudgee Again!

Tickets are on sale for Go Grazing 2012, and as like every year, there are limited tickets available. Famous for showcasing Mudgee’s leading regional winemakers, producers, and culinary artists, Go Grazing never disappoints.

Like many of us who are passionate about Mudgee’s local products, the organisers have put together an array of 20 of Mudgee’s superb wines to accompany the 20 canapés made from local ingredients, by local chefs.

Sound like your cup of tea (or glass of wine)? Mark Go Grazing on your calendar for Saturday April 21st 2012, then jump onto the Mudgee Wine website to purchase your tickets and read more about the event. We promise it’s one that you don’t want to miss if you’re a connoisseur of wine and good food.

Tickets are also able to be purchased from the Mudgee Visitor Information Centre or by calling 6372 1020. Tickets are $70 per person plus a $2 booking fee if purchased online.

Have you ever been to a Go Grazing event? Let us know what you thought of it by commenting below.


A Day On The Green Post Event Wrap Up!

Mudgee couldn’t have asked for better weather or a better line up of performers for this year’s Day On The Green, which took place this weekend at the Robert Oatley Vineyard.

Those who were lucky enough to get a ticket (which sold out insanely quickly) lapped up the atmosphere and the incredible performances from entertainers Kasey Chambers an Cold Chisel to name just a couple.

If you weren’t there, then you’d better make sure you keep an eye on our blog for information about the next one, because if it’s anything like this year, it’ll be sold out again once tickets go on sale.

It’s one of Mudgee’s most popular events, and one that you’ll want to go back to year after year.

Check out some of the photos on the Mudgee Guardian’s photo gallery.

Stay tuned for more photos coming soon!!