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Located along McDonald's Rd, Pokolbin is the Ballabourneen Wine Company Cellar Door. Ballabourneen Wine Compnay is a small producer of an exceptional range of Hunter Valley wines. Award winning winemaker Daniel Binet is a young gun who is creating...more
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2347 Broke Rd, Pokolbin, Cessnock, New South Wales 2320, Australia
We go to the hunter quite often and I’m upset that we have only just discovered this gem.
We bought almost everything we tasted cause it was just all so good. Lots of their wines are quite unique tasting whereas others are the best of...More
We spent a pleasant afternoon here tasteing wine and eating cheese. Susan was very pleasant and knowledgable. All the wines were very tastey, so much so i bought a case. Would love to buy some more in the future. Well worth the visit. Make sure...More
We were a pre booked group who were ready for a big afternoon. The building was inviting and showcased a range of wines from Ballabourneen and Domaine de Binet. There was also a range of chilli dips and olive oils.
We tasted a variety of...More
Another visit and more excellent wines purchased from the always-helpful team at Ballabourneen. The wines are undoubtedly right up there with the best in the Hunter and being a wine club member means I am not far away from the next tasting! Strongly recommend a...More
the last tasting afternoon we had here was one of the best. we have been going to Ballabourneen for about 5 years now and have been members for about 4 years. my go to is always the moscato and i believe this is the best...More
We came here on a wine tour with a very large group, but were still treated to a great range of wines, plus bonus chili tasting too!
Friendly and helpful staff made this one of the many highlights of the day.
We visited this cellar door as DH wanted to try their gamay but they had sold out. The hostess suggested he try a blend of Grenache, Barbera and Nebiolo which he really liked. The wine was called "Accidental Tourist". She explained the origin of the...More
We visited on a wet, windy afternoon and whiled away a couple of hours tasting the full range of wines (including the Binet range) and came away with a case!
They also offer chilli sauce tastings and sell various chilli based chutneys, which we couldn't...More