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Ross Hill Wines

Gazebo with people standing inside
Photograph: Destination NSW

Time Out says

Come for cool-climate wines with a view of cheery trees and vine rows

With cherry orchards stretching out over one end of an expansive property and rows of wine grapes on the other, Ross Hill's cellar door on the outskirts of Orange is a great starting point to understand the character of the wine region. With its pretty, light-filled cellar door and ample outdoor seating (rosé is, of course, best drunk in the sun) Ross Hill is run by James Robson and his wife, Chrissy, who took over the family business in 2006. The pair have worked over the years to ensure that sustainable farming methods and production processes are used in the creation of their fine wines, which resulted in Ross Hill being the first certified carbon-neutral winery in the area. During the year, Ross Hill plays host to wine tastings every day of the week (make sure you book in advance), two weekend 'long lunch' events a year, once in the spring and once in the autumn, and cooking lessons in the culinary school attached to the winery, Barrel and Larder


Address: 134 Wallace Lane
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 10.30am-5pm.
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