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Up a long curved gravel driveway. The lights were off and no-one was home at 11am when we visited - and it should have been attended.
We were advised by the winery next door that it was being sold so perhaps that explains it? I...More
We have been to this cellar door many times over many years. It is not glamorous nor do we take overseas guests here but nonetheless it is one of our favourites. The reason is simply the wine which is fabulous regardless of whatever point rating...More
Andrew Marsh (winemaker) has a great passion for wine and life itself. His friendly smile and great knowledge of the Hunter region is delightful and I highly recommend you visit. You can taste the passion in every drop. A little gem amongst the vines.
We stopped at Marsh to taste a couple of wines while in the Hunter Valley and it was a great experience! Our host was friendly, knowledgable and gave us some good local tips. The wines wee great and we picked up a nice Chardonnay.
I have known and loved Marsh Estate ever since Peter Marsh bought the place back in the 70's. One thing you want out of a wine tasting in the Hunter is to taste the 'terroir' in the wines.Peter, and now his son, Marshy, have always...More
The wine tasting highlight of our three day adventure in the Hunter Valley was our visit to Marsh Estate on Saturday morning. Andrew Marsh, the winemaker, was on hand to both educate and entertain as our group of 8 tasted his delightful wines. His wines...More
Marsh Estate will now forever in my mind be the winery with the worst customer service of any wine region in Australia.
I have been to hundreds of wineries across the country but have never had an experience like this one. We parked up and...More
Spent the weekend at Marsh estate with 7 girls for my Hen's weekend. Spent the Friday afternoon sitting outside eating wine and cheese staring at the mountains at sunset and then indoors where the fireplace was all set up ready to go!