The Hay Wine District is located in the Riverina Wine Region in southern New South Wales.
The district is centred on the rural service centre of Hay, which is only 93 m above sea level.
It is equally accessible from three of Australia's major cities. It is located 724 km west of Sydney
via Wagga and Narrandera at the junction of the Sturt, Cobb and Mid Western Highways.
It is 653 km east of Adelaide and 415 km north of Melbourne. Discover intriguing museums and enjoy outback sunsets, lovely parks, cycle ways and thrilling rodeo.
On the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, Hay is one of Australia’s major wool growing areas. At Shear Outback is the Australian Shearers Hall of Fame. Explore the story of Australian sheep shearing and see live sheep-shearing demonstrations. There is a gift shop, cafe and maze at the museum.
The Riverina Region is home to 17 districts: Junee ; Coolamon ; The Rock ; Lake Cargelligo ; Deniliquin ; Hanwood ; East Griffith ; West Griffith ; Griffith Central; Yenda ; Leeton ; Wagga Wagga ; Balranald ; Narrandera ; Stanbridge ; Hay ; Hillston ; Jerilderie.
Ruberto`s Winery, NSW 328 Moama Street, Hay NSW 2711
This family owned and run winery was officially opened on the 15th December, 1982. They grow five varieties of grapes- shiraz, chardonnay (white), cabernet sauvignon, trebinnano and muscat (black). Their vines vary in age, from 1960 to present. All red grapes are crushed in Hay before being sent off to West End Wines in Griffith, where the wine is produced and bottled. White grapes are sent to Wes...