Meet the Winemaker
Robert Black has been making wines for Bunnamagoo since 2002.
He has a hand in every part of the winemaking process – from fruit selection all the way through to bottling. His ability to combine traditional wine-making skills with the most up-to-date equipment and methods combines to create wines with softness and fullness, without drying tannin or excessive thickness. They are elegant, supple, and driven by Australian ripe fruit flavours. This philosophy results in wines that exhibit friendliness and approachability while retaining their individuality and character. They are made to be enjoyed with food and are therefore excellent table wines.
Paspaley is heavily involved in Australian agriculture.
Their holdings include a number of historically significant properties in New South Wales, including the Bunnamagoo Estate and the Bunnamagoo winery and cellardoor at Mudgee NSW. As with pearling, Paspaley’s interest in artisanal winemaking is characterised by a quest for optimising efficiencies while never compromising quality.
Stuart and Deb Hughes have overseen Bunnamagoo Wines since its inception in 1994.
Heading up the Paspaley family’s agricultural portfolio, they have been integral to the development of the brand and the growth of Bunnamagoo wines for over 20 years.
Cellar Door Crew
Our wonderful team at the cellardoor are waiting to welcome you to the Mudgee region.
We pride ourselves on providing a casual and personable approach to your wine tasting experience along with good country hospitality.
‘You need good fruit to make good wine” – Robert Black, Bunnamagoo Winemaker
The grapes destined for Bunnamagoo wines is grown at our two vineyards- the historic Bunnamagoo Estate vineyard at high altitude Rockley NSW and the vineyard at Mudgee in the local area of Eurunderee. Bunnamagoo truly provides a Bud to Bottle process, with every decision being made by our own people.