Set on over 300 acres against uninterrupted views of the Brokenback Ranges and Vineyards, Estate Tuscany offers a unique combination of European charm and Australian warmth.
Home to a host of facilities from fine dining, casual dining, accommodation, a cellar door, pool and nearby cooking school, Estate Tuscany offers something for every appetite and all occasions.
Renowned for its exquisite restaurants and awards winning chefs, The Hunter is synonymous for world cuisine and The Mill restaurant at Estate Tuscany is hosting the 1st Release Wine Week degustation dinner between September 25 and 29.
The rustic restaurant is a semi-indoor space, suitable for use all year round, the exciting modern menu caters for a range of tastes for breakfast, lunch or dinner and boasts quality local produce sourced daily, including herbs, spices and edible flowers to create delicate mouth-watering dishes full of flavour.
With 26 Olive Grove and 12 Vineyard view rooms it is the perfect venue for weddings, special celebrations or conferences and with a range of cafes and cellar doors nearby, there's plenty of appeal for guests to linger a little longer.
The Olive Grove rooms are furnished with a Tuscan feel, while Vineyard View rooms are a comfortable simple room taking full advantage of the vineyard vista. Flat screen TV's and wireless are available in all guest rooms.
The Olive Grove rooms have parking at your front door and the Vineyard View Rooms have under-cover spaces.
A limited number of rooms also offer guests the ability to bring along their furry friend (fees are applicable and pets must be declared at time of booking).
Also home to Estate Tuscany is Brokenback Bar, a popular stop for wine tours and visitors, patrons can enjoy a cafe style menu and tapas alongside their favourite glass of local wine or boutique beer.
Overlooking the mountains and Vineyards, Brokenback Bar offers a Mediterranean influenced menu that is designed to be shared among friends.
The Gregson family have owned Estate Tuscany for over 16 years. Bill Gregson was the Managing Director until 2007 when daughter Kirsty took the reins and has held the General Manager's role ever since.
"We all love what we do and feel like our team at Tuscany is family; we all welcome our guests in this way; nothing is too much trouble," she said.
For those who yearn for the romance of the Tuscan sun but can't quite stretch their bank balance to the long-haul flight - don't despair! There's a little slice of Italy right here in the Hunter Valley waiting to welcome you.