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Food


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Food


Wildwood Guesthouse

Breakfast is a daily spread of seasonal fresh fruit with yoghurt and home made muesli with linseed, coconut, almonds nuts, perhaps you might like to try some poached quinces, bacon and free-range eggs with tomatoes and basil or smoked salmon with creamy scrambled eggs. In the right season there maybe a bowl of fresh cherries or peaches from Wildwood¹s own trees, on the table.

Throughout the day you are invited to help yourself to the fresh ground coffee and aromatic teas as well as the home made biscuits and cakes that are waiting to be devoured on the large country kitchen table.

In the evening if you don¹t feel like venturing out to one of the great local restaurants ask Rob about Wildwood's chef, who will create a menu just for you. Three delicious courses followed by coffee and chocolates, you can match the wood with some Mudgee wine. For larger groups we can arrange one of Mudgee's wineries to conduct a private tasting and why not invite a wine maker to join you for dinner! Imagine the best wines and cuisine literally on your doorstep. Whatever your appetite Wildwood has the essential culinary ingredients for your Mudgee stay.

Thankyou, thankyou both for a very relaxing time. Beautiful house only surpassed by Rob’s food and equally attentive washing up!
— Steve Manfredi

LOCAL FOOD VENUE

  • ELTONs

  • ROTHS WINEBAR

  • HIGH VALLEY

  • Zinhouse at Lowes

  • Pipeclay Pumphouse at Steins

  • Alby and Esters

  • Wineglass

  • Butcher Shop Cafe

  • Rarjarani

  • Isabellas

  • 29Nine29 Yum Cha at Rylstone

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Wine


Wine


Returning to Wildwood’s sunny verandah after a day of cellar door tastings, you won’t want to leave again
— QANTAS inflight magazine

Beyond sitting back and reading the papers, Wildwood is uniquely placed to experience the fascinating former goldrush towns of Gulgong, Rylstone and Coolah. However, the new gold rush is the area's liquid gold - the Chardonnays, Semillons and Sauvignon Blancs that are beginning to challenge Mudgee's famous full flavoured reds.

With 32 cellar doors operating as handy bottle shops you couldn't ask for a more elegant garden setting in which to enjoy a lazy glass of Mudgee's best.

Throw in an afternoon platter of fresh local produce including homemade cheeses, breads and Mudgee olives and you have a great excuse to lie about and do nothing. If you don't want the hassle of driving we can arrange a private wine tour at any one of the 32 cellar doors.

Even if there were no wineries, it would be worthwhile visiting Mudgee to stay at Wildwood guesthouse
— PETER BOURNE (The Wine Man) Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine.

Local Wineries

  • Robert Oatley
  • Short Sheep
  • Bunnamagoo
  • Logan
  • Ernest Schuetz
  • Skimstone
  • Burrendulla
  • Burnbrae
  • Lowe Family Wines Co.
  • Dilusso
  • Botobolar
  • Steins Wines
  • Vinifera
  • Huntington Wine
  • Pieter Van Gent
  • Petersons Wines