The Stroud Wine District includes the area surrounding the charming
country town of Stroud that boasts a host of wonderful attractions and facilities
for many activities in the area. It is close to an array of spectacular National
Parks including the world-famous, World Heritage listed -
Barrington Tops area and Lake Glenbawn, which is the largest of the
Upper Hunter recreational waterways. It is well renowned as the
horse capital of Australia and there are more than 70 horse studs around
the local area. It is also a good base for exploring all the delights of
the Upper Hunter area including the splendid range of wineries that have an
international reputation. The local area is also becoming very popular for vineyards,
wineries and cellar doors in the Stroud Valley area.
The Great Lakes Region is divided into four districts for mapping and listing purposes: The local wine districts are: Stroud ; Foster Tuncurry ; Wootton and Bulahdelah.
Alderley Creek Wines, NSW 2653 The Bucketts Way, Booral
Small vineyard near Booral in the Upper Hunter inland from the Great Lakes in Northern NSW.
Gap Hill, NSW 8 Gap Hill Rd, Stroud
Gap Hill Vineyard specialises in quality Verdelho. Gap Hill Verdelho is dry, fresh, fruity and flavoursome – and popular! Our customers seem to come from the small refined market that seeks elegance and quality in wines exhibiting subtle differences to the `main-stream`. Our wines are available by mail order, phone order, internet order, at private tastings, through local bottle shops and soon fro...
Mill Creek Vineyard, NSW off Mill Creek Road, Stroud NSW 2425
Mill Creek Vineyard nestles between Peppers Mountain and the clean waters of Mill Creek 10 kms north of Stroud in the Hunter Valley. The 5 acre vineyard sits on a perfect North facing hill on volcanic and loam soils. Here the days are warm and importantly the nights are cool. It has fully developed Shiraz and developing Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc vines producing a range of different wines....
Telegherry Estate, NSW 524 Bucketts Way, Stroud NSW 2425
Telegherry Estate is situated less than a 3 hour drive from Sydney in the picturesque Upper Hunter. It was first established circa 1828 and is currently a working farm rich in countryside views, peace, quiet and tranquillity. Telegherry Estate is the perfect getaway destination allowing you to relax and enjoy the Estate or to engage in the district’s outdoor country activities. The farm house on Telegherry Estate is a circa 1905 restored timber cottage built on the site of the original 1860 homestead. The property is in close proximity to Stroud, Dungog and Gloucester and within an hours drive to the Hunter Valley's major vineyard hubs, Port Stephens and Mid North coast beaches.