Pieter van Gent Winery & Vineyard, Mudgee

(4.1/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
Pieter van Gent Winery & Vineyard, a 40-hectare (100-acre) estate in the fertile Cudgegong River valley, is noted for producing the first Chardonnay wine in Australia over 40 years ago. The winery advocates sustainable farming and offers wine enthusiasts a comprehensive experience, with on-site accommodation and a variety of special events and activities hosted at the cellar door. The barrel hall, which includes twenty German oak barrels built around 1850, introduces visitors to the history of winemaking in Australia. Find out how the site’s expert winemakers combine traditional methods used for centuries with modern technology to produce some of the region’s best wines, like the famous Mudgee White Port. Use our Mudgee tour planner to visit Pieter van Gent Winery & Vineyard on your trip to Mudgee, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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TripAdvisor
  • A great discovery on a first visit to the wineries of Mudgee. Exciting and unusual bottles on offer here. The vermouth, white port, whisky tawny were a delight.  more »
  • Must stop here. A unique cellar door with some good wines and a range of excellent ports. Even though they were full as we were the second bus to arrive staff were friendly and informative. Thanks for...  more »
  • Just can't visit Mudgee wineries without a visit to the fabulous Pieter van gent winery. Lovely to roam around the property. Great spot for pics. The staff are so very friendly and knowledgeable. The ...  more »
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  • Great port. My favourite. Wouldn't skip visiting
  • I enjoyed the wine, setting and atmosphere in the gloomy cellar tasting area. There are some nice old barrels and pews.
  • Very unique place, they do some great reds! Staff are very enthusiastic about their wines and were happy to go through the history of the place.
  • Myself and two girlfriends stayed in a cabin at the winery as we were going to the Polo in the Paddock event. The cabin was quite basic but was very idyllic and had everything we needed. In comparison to a lot of the accommodation options we looked at it was reasonably priced but we felt a much nicer in terms of the fit-out. The kitchen, dining and lounge area was very spacious. The only trouble we had is that there was no bench in the bathroom and with 3 girls trying to get ready for an event it proved a little bit difficult!
  • Dear Phillip. (Owner PVG) I was not happy with the poor customer service provided by your girlfriend in regards to coffee service. Her attitude was insulting and confrontational. As a trainer in the hospitality (Food and Bev) industry I will use my negative experience at your establishment as an example for both my current and future hospitality students. I will also discuss my experience with the hundred or so other trainers in my RTO at my upcoming network meeting. It is unfortunate that you think so little of your customers and their needs.