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The Winery was built in 1993 to produce 1500 cases of premium wine per annum and to function as a gallery. The winery was constructed to compliment the existing heritage values of the Undercliff Estate and was built from a combination of local...more
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Yango Creek Road, Wollombi, Cessnock, New South Wales 2325, Australia
The Undercliff property offers its wines for sale and its Settler’s Cottage for rent, but while the wines were good, the accommodation—“a spacious historical homestead with a real wood fire overlooking a sliver of rural vineyard”—was less so.
Location: both cottage and vineyard are located...More
We were here in autumn and the trees were spectacular. We wound our way up the drive to be greeted by the owner who was in the middle of morning tea, but was pleased to conduct a wine tasting and give us background on how...More
Stopped here as a start to our wine route for the day - down a dirt road and can only see the sign if you come from Wollombi otherwise you miss it. Artwork and wines in the lovely old shed, small variety for tasting.
While visiting Wollombi we decided to stay at Undercliff Winery which also has a B&B cabin. The cabin was built in 1846 and although its quaint exterior is intact it boasts modern conveniences and comfort. It was a very relaxing weekend and hard to leave....More
We arrived Friday after work to have Peter the owner & his beautiful dog Tallen waiting for us, we had some wine tastings first & headed upto our cottage.
One way to describe it is beautiful & rustic.
Open log fire, kitchen has all you...More
First on our wine tour was the Undercliff. Very charming surroundings and owners. The wine was delicious and they had a very interesting and delightful Shiraz/Chambourcin blend.
Lots of cute items and trinkets inside worthy of a look. Peter was very knowledgable on his craft...More
This place was the most run down winery I've visited in the whole of Australia. On top of that the person working there was extremely unfriendly. They advertise a picnic area with statues which is a joke. A couple of old timber benches and tables...More