- to suit your great taste

In 2011, we celebrated 40 years of viticulture,

and our 30th Anniversary of wine production.

Petersons Wines have been producing quality wines for wine lovers since 1981. Not much has changed since then - except we now produce a larger range of award winning wines.

We would love for you to join us at any of our picturesque backdrops to laugh, relax, unwind, imbibe.

Petersons Wines is proudly family owned and operated since 1981.




The original planting of ten acres of Semillon was planted at Mount View in 1971 with the intention of supplying the nearby McWilliams Mount Pleasant Winery with grapes.

Over the next few years this was expanded to forty acres and we included other grape varieties: Chardonnay; Viognier; Verdelho, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon and Back Block Shiraz which is our most famous Hunter Valley wine.

The Hunter Valley is where our only Winemaking facility is located. Chief Winemaker, Gary Reed has been with us since our first Vintage in 1981. Assistant Winemaker, Michael Hudson calls brother to Jamie - our Vineyard Manager in Mudgee. Jamie has been working with us for almost 25 years.

Since our humble beginnings on a hilltop in Mount View we now have two cellar doors in the Hunter Valley. Our original Cellar Door at Mount View is still ever popular with our long standing loyal customers; we are now also conveniently located in the heart of Pokolbin on Broke Road.



This vineyard of 100 acres is planted to various red varieties: Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Durif, Zinfandel, Malbec, Petit Verdot and Chambourcin. This vineyard boasts some of our more famous red styles such as Glenesk, Ian's Selection, Old Block and Block One. Our whites also do well in Mudgee: Semillon, Chardonnay, Verdelho, Viognier and we now have Marsanne and Sauvignon Blanc.

Petersons are the first Winery to ever win the Mudgee Wine Show Most Outstanding Wine of Show Trophy with a white wine (2008). We won the same trophy for a red wine in 2007.

ARMIDALE - New England, Australia

Petersons Wines Armidale is located in the South East of Armidale in New England. The vineyard is located on a rich, red brown basalt hill facing to the north east, and is planted with Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Pinot Noir. Our first harvest was in 2002.

As Armidale is a cool climate area, we expect very high fruit quality for many years, weather permitting. After a lot of research into climatic conditions, we do anticipate some problems with vineyard management, but have established a specially designed trellis to avoid frost damage. This should enable us to maximise fruit ripening through increased sunlight exposure within the canopy. In addition, overhead sprinklers offer a back-up in case of severe frosts.

With the beautiful 1911 built Guesthouse in Armidale, you wont need much more convincing to come and join us for a drink.

Take a look through our selection of wines online, or visit us at one of our cellar doors in the Hunter Valley, Mudgee or Armidale, and find out for yourself why Petersons is one of the most successful family wineries in the Australia.

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PO Box 182, Cessnock NSW 2325 | Phone: (02) 4990 1704 | Fax: (02) 4991 1344 | Email:

Petersons Wines - Hunter Valley, Mudgee, and Armidale Vineyards. Petersons produce a large variety of White Wines, Red Wines, Sweet Wines and Sparkling Wines; including Chardonnay, Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Verdelho, Viognier, Rosé, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz, Shiraz Viognier, Malbec, Durif, Chambourcin, and Petit Verdot. We also have Port, Muscat and our renowned Botrytis Semillon as well as Sparkling reds and whites. Buy our wines direct from our cellar door or shop online.

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