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Visit Mistletoe

With over 20 different wines including Sparkling, Whites, Reds, Ros├ęs, Fortified and Dessert styles on tasting Mistletoe has one of the most comprehensive range of wines to be seen in the Hunter Valley.

With extremely limited wholesale distribution Mistletoe wines are virtually  all  sold direct to discerning consumers throughout Australia.

We invite you to visit Mistletoe. You will be made welcome by our friendly and knowledgeable staff,mainly comprised of members of our family.

Enjoy the non-pretentious ambience Mistletoe has to offer. Take in the great views to the Brokenback Range across the vineyard, wander the Sculpture Garden and the Gallery.

No visit to the Hunter Valley is complete without seeing Mistletoe.

We look forward to welcoming you, Ken, Gwen, Rob, Cassandra and all the Mistletoe crew!

Getting to Mistletoe Winery

Hunter Valley - now so much closer to Sydney?

Not really. It is just going to be much quicker and  safer to travel to the Hunter Valley on the new Hunter Expressway which was opened on 22nd March 2014.

This brand new 4 lane express way, to be named the M15, is 40 kilometres in length and connects the M1 motorway (formerly F3) to the New England Highway.

Previously known as  Highway 82, the New England Highway from the junction of the M15 will in future be known as the A15.

The  M15 will cut over 20 minutes off the trip from Sydney to Wine Country.

Find Mistletoe Wines from Sydney

From the start of the F3 Freeway at Wahroonga head North towards Newcastle for approximately one hour and 15 minutes and take the  the Newcastle Link Road exit to the M15 which is also signposted for Hunter Valley Vineyards.

The best way to get to  Hunter Wine Country will be to stay on the M15 until it meets the New England Highway and then travel approximately 3 kms. to turn left into Hermitage Road.

 Hermitage Road is the most picturesque and scenic entrance into Hunter Valley Wine Country and also the least congested. 

For more details about this area please go

Hermitage Road and surrounds are located in the Singleton Shire where the local roads are significantly better maintained than those nearer and surrounding Cessnock.

Do yourself, and your vehicle a favour, and try it on your next visit to the Hunter.

You will also pass through some lovely scenic bush on this totally new road.

Find Mistletoe Wines from Newcastle and the Pacific Highway

If you are coming from Newcastle or the North Coast on the Pacific Highway, follow the New England Highway from Hexham bearing left towards its junction with the M1 at Thornton.

When you reach the roundabout at the end of the M1 take the second exit, John Renshaw Drive.  Proceed along this road for some 15 kilometres until you reach The Hunter Expressway.Take the 3rd exit ( signposted (Singleton) to enter the M15 Hunter Expressway.

Follow the M15 to the end where it becames the A15.

Turn left into Hermitage Road approximately 3 kilometeres from the junction of the  M15 and the A15.
Mistletoe Vineyard is located 7.7 kilometres along Hermitage Road on the left hand side.

Find Mistletoe Wines from the New England Highway when travelling towards the South/East.

Travel along the New England Highway through Muswellbrook and then continue through Singleton towards Branxton.

At Belford, approximately 10 minutes from Singleton,(immediately after the RTA safety camera bridge)  turn right into Hermitage Road.
Mistletoe Vineyard is located 7.7 kilometres along Hermitage Road on the left hand side.

Find Mistletoe Wines from Windsor and the Blue Mountains via the Putty Road

From Windsor follow the signs to Singleton. Make sure you have enough petrol as there is none between Windsor and Broke, some 150km. You will cross the Hawkesbury River, and follow Route 69 through Wilberforce, then along Singleton Road which becomes Putty Road, and will take you north through the Wollemi National Park to The Hunter Valley. At Milbrodale, watch for signs to Broke. Turn right into the road heading for Broke.
At Broke, turn right, then immediately left into Broke Road heading toward to Cessnock. 10 minutes from Broke, turn left into Hermitage Road.
Mistletoe Vineyard is located 5 kilometres on the right, just past Hunter Resort.