One of the Hunter Valley’s pioneering wineries and premier estates, Mount Pleasant produces many classic wines of flagship status.
401 Marrowbone Road, Pokolbin
Mount Pleasant Estate was established by legendary winemaker Maurice O’Shea in 1921.
Located in the Parish of Pokolbin in New South Wales’ lower Hunter Valley, the Estate boasts some of the world’s oldest Shiraz vines, including the Old Hill Vineyard planted in 1880, the Old Paddock Vineyard planted in 1921, the Rosehill and Lovedale Vineyards planted in 1946. The picturesque country setting and the modern, sophisticated facilities throughout the region are complemented with the highest possible standards of customer service and attention to detail at Mount Pleasant.
Whether you are just starting your journey of wine discovery or you are well versed in the wonders of wine, a trip to the Mount Pleasant Cellar Door is a must for all visitors to the Hunter Valley.
Winner of 2014 Gourmet Traveller Best Large Cellar Door – Hunter Valley, and 2013 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence, our passionate staff will ensure you experience the very best Mount Pleasant has to offer.
Large groups are required to book ahead, a $5 tasting charge may be incurred per guest.
Winemakers Names: Jim Chatto, Scott McWilliam
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401 Marrowbone Rd Pokolbin New South Wales 2320 Australia