Why Sydney’s rich listers love the Hunter Valley

Why Sydney’s rich listers love the Hunter Valley

Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest wine-making region. Viticulture in the Hunter, just two hours drive north of Sydney, dates back to 1820s when James Busby, considered both father of the Australian and New Zealand wine industries, was among the first to plant vines there, alongside George Wyndham. Today, the region boasts a $520.6 million tourism and wine industry with over 150 vineyards producing some of the nation’s best wines including Semillon and Shiraz.

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