Bago Winery

A boutique Winery and Cellar Door in the Hastings River

Wine Tasting at Bago

Bago Winery and Vineyards, a picturesque destination located south of Port Macquarie in the Hastings River wine region, offers a unique and engaging experience. Established in 1985 by Jim and Kay Mobbs, Bago started with planting Chardonnay vines on their property and has since expanded to 10 hectares, continually experimenting with new varieties. The winery produces a diverse range of sparkling, varietal, and fortified wines, including popular "Spritzy" and "Jazz" wines. Set amidst a valley surrounded by eucalyptus trees and rolling countryside, the cellar door and pergola offer breathtaking views of the vineyards and the maze, providing an ideal spot for wine tasting and relaxation.

Visit Bago in Hastings River

The Bago Winery experience goes beyond traditional wine tasting. Visitors can enjoy the Bago Maze, an award-winning hedge maze, and participate in various activities, including festivals, expos, markets, and pop-up restaurants. The winery is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm, with the last admission to the maze at 4 pm. This combination of wine, food, and outdoor adventures makes Bago a family-friendly destination, connecting people through local wine and produce from the Mid North Coast of NSW, Australia.

You can expect the following from a tasting at Bago:

Coffee Shop
Cheese Boards
Event Space
Picnic Spot
Boutique Winery
Space for Groups
Outdoor Tastings
Indoor Tastings

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At Bago, guests can savor an assortment of wines, accompanied by locally sourced cheeses and condiments. The winery offers cheese platters, charcuterie platters, vegan platters, and wine tasting paddles, which include four tastes for $10. These culinary delights, paired with Bago's coastal wine varieties, provide a complete sensory experience, allowing visitors to discover the subtle characteristics of the region's wines.

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