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Put simply, the Hunter Valley is the birthplace of Australian wine. Returning from Europe with 20,000 vine cuttings in 1832 James Busby was vital in helping establish the Hunter Valley as a key wine region and in turn vital in establishing Australia as a grape growing country.
Famous Australian wine names like Audrey Wilkinson, Maurice O’Shea, Murray Tyrrell, and famous wine families like Drayton and Tulloch are all borne of the Hunter Valley and its winemaking traditions.
Fast forward to today this is an Australian wine region that is defined by its rich historical tapestry and complimented by a new generation of innovative young winemakers.
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