Whyworry Wines

New South Wales | New England

Our Review

Whyworry was originally a sheep station set up after the Second World War to produce superfine merino wool for export to the Italian market. Owners Darryl and Robyn Carter have now ventured into grapegrowing, having planted 14ha of chardonnay, verdelho, sauvignon blanc, riesling, gewurztraminer, pinot noir, merlot, shiraz, pinot gris, pinotage (the odd man out), and viognier. The vines are 1150m above sea level on a property 3.5km west of Uralla, in turn, just south of Armidale.

Details

Rating
Winemaker Gary McLean, Sean Cassidy
Established 2000
Dozens 3000
Vineyards (area) N/A
Opening Hours W'ends 10-4
Address 376 Kingstown Road, Uralla, NSW 2358
Telephone (02) 6778 4147
Website www.whyworrywines.com.au