Frog Rock Wines

New South Wales | Mudgee

Our Review

The Frog Rock label was launched in 1997 by the Turner family, named after local frog-shaped granite boulders on land granted to famous explorer and grazier William Lawson in 1823. The vineyard, on deep alluvial clay soils, employs minimal irrigation and sprays; plantings include cabernet sauvignon (13ha), shiraz (12ha) and chardonnay (4.5ha), with lesser amounts of merlot, semillon, petit verdot and chambourcin. Exports to Hong Kong. -JAMES HALLIDAY


<p>Frog Rock Wines has recently renovated their Cellar Door, making the experience of visiting their gardens and one of the many exciting food and wine events they hold through the year, as good as the wines themselves&nbsp; Situated just 5 minutes from the centre of Mudgee, the new facilities offer 2 large tasting areas and an exclusive private tasting room, as well as a local produce store. Frog Rock Wines&lsquo; also boast being the owners of the largest regional chess board!</p>



Winemaker David Lowe, Simon Gilbert (Contract)
Established 1973
Dozens 5000
Vineyards (area) 40 ha
Viticulturist N/A
Opening Hours Not
Address Edgell Lane, Mudgee, NSW 2850
Telephone (02) 6372 2408