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Pokolbin Brothers Wines
Ranked #69 of 112 things to do in Pokolbin
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Owner description: The little gem you were hoping to find! Small, family owned, old vines planted last century, hand picked, limited production, friendly and refreshingly non-commercial. Free tastings. Wines only available from our Australian farm shed cellar door in Pokolbin, Hunter Valley, or from selected outlets in Japan. We also own and operate Grapemobile Bicycle Hire from the premises for those wishing to 'Ride the Wine Trail' around the many popular surrounding wineries. Open 10.00am-6.00pm 7 days.
Reviewed 30 January 2013

These guys have the wine game figured out. The wine that they produce stands up to many of the wineries in the area, but they add a whole new twist to the experience with awesome bike rentals that take you through other wineries and stop for lunch before returning back to their property. must see

Thank John D
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Reviewed 19 December 2012 via mobile

The owner is this boutique little vineyard was lovely. I purchased a bottle of the moscato which was delicious, but there were only two other wines to try as they had sold out almost completely.
Lovely bit if history on the property and thd vines and they offer bike hire with baskets for all day self touring.

Thank MrsKK10
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Reviewed 13 December 2012

As a group of four students we weren't expecting to be welcomed with quite so much enthusiasm but Glen was a gentleman and even tried to fix the bike one of us had brought along. What a great experience to be able to cycle from vineyard to vineyard, becoming slightly more worse for wear as we went. Once we returned back to base, we were treated to the very first taste of their new sparkling rose which was utterly delicious. Would really recommend to anyone!

Thank Caitlin B
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Reviewed 11 October 2012

Like wine and bikes? Grapemobile was a fun way to explore Hunter Valley wineries in the fresh air. Ron picked us up at our inn, and the bikes were easy and well maintained. Cycling was easy, but there are enough rolling hills to offer views and make the ride interesting. You can ride to most wineries along off-road bike tracks. Along the way we saw many kangaroos. Recommend picnic shopping at Smelly Cheese Shop and Small Winemakers Centre. Enjoyed Pokolbin Bros. tasting on return. Great fun!

Thank BJPatch
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Reviewed 4 August 2012

The phrase "Never Judge a Book by it's Cover" was written for this winery. Using the same shed at their bicycle rental shop to sell wine and being as low key as possible make a person a little nervous at first. However the first sip of wine expels all doubts. The 2007 Chardonnay is by far the best I've ever had. There is no equal. I'm well-known for scrounging for the least expensive bottle I can find but am happy to pay the $20 per bottle fee. I never miss a chance to drink a glass from Pokolbin Brothers.

Thank Ctencza
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