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The Glandore Picking Days are on! Weekend of the 25th & 26th February.

The day of days at Glandore. This is your chance to see what it takes to be a winemaker in the beautiful Hunter Valley. Pick it, stomp it and get down and dirty as we take you from the vineyard to the glass on our annual picking days. All the details can be found in the link below. 
If you would like to really get amongst the Hunter and finish your day with a long, lazy lunch amongst the barrels of the Glandore winery, then this your opportunity.
Act fast as the 25th has SOLD OUT and the 26th has just a few seats remaining. Grab the family, pack the kids, wrangled up a few friends and check out the best day in the Hunter.

Welcome to Glandore Estate Wines

Glandore Estate Wines was established in 2005 after the procurement of the original Brokenback chardonnay vineyard on Broke Rd. From day one the aim of Glandore Estate wines has been to produce wines of great character, regionality and style from the traditional varieties known in the Hunter Valley. This has been achievable through the strict selection of some of the Hunter Valley's most distinguished old vine vineyards. Thinking out side of the square we have also started to forge ahead with new and exciting varieties to the Hunter Valley such as our superb Tempranillo.

Our winemaking style is all hands on, from hand picking right through to the hand operated basket press, quality without compromise and a winery that is designed specifically for small batch production of the very best parcels of fruit.

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