Craigmoor Estate Shiraz & Sauvignon Blanc
As a branch of the five star Halliday rated Robert Oatley Vineyards, established in 1858, Craigmoor is the oldest of Mudgee’s Vineyards.
Mudgee was first settled as an agricultural region in 1821 and the first vineyard was planted by Adam Roth in 1858, set amongst picturesque vines and gum trees on the banks of the Eurunderee Creek. Roth was one of a number of German ‘vine dressers’ brought to Australia by William Macarthur as skilled labour for his vineyard at Camden near Sydney, the first winery in the country. Mudgee’s Craigmoor winery remains in its original state and still houses much of the early winemaking equipment.