48 Hours In Hunter Valley: A Vintner Project Guide

By Phil Jones

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In this guide, I’ll take you down the roads less travelled in Australia’s Hunter Valley. We’ll venture beyond the main tourist area of Pokolbin to the lesser known areas of Lovedale, Mount View, Fordwich and Muswellbrook. There are lots of exciting wines being made all over Hunter Valley. Let me take you off the beaten path to explore some of the region’s best kept secrets.

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