Mudgee’s best wines and local produce are set to take over Sydney’s north shore for the annual Lane Cove Food & Wine by the River event.

The Mudgee Wine Association has partnered with Lane Cove Council for the popular event, which is set to take place at Burns Bay Reserve on Sunday, November 5.

More than a dozen of the Mudgee region’s wineries and local produce providers will head to Lane Cove for the event, along with other food stalls, live music, and activities for the kids.

Wineries include LMB Wines, Lazy Oak Wines, First Ridge Wines, Martins Hill Organic Wines, Yeates Wines, Robert Stein Winery, Burrundulla Wines, Gilbert Wines, Vinifera Wines, Elephant Mountain Wines, Slowfox Wines, Skimstone Wines, Bunnamagoo Wines, 791 Estate and Petersons Wines, along with local producers including Hop and Clover Brewery, Aril Estate, Rylstone Olive Press, High Valley Cheese, DOUGHH Company, Linda’s Sweet Chilli Relish and Milnes Providore.

The event is set to showcase the region’s award-winning wine and food offerings, as Mudgee continues to prove popular with Sydneysiders and beyond, having been named Australia’s Top Tourism Town two years running.

Mudgee Wine Association president Deborah Clear said the region was looking forward to a stellar 2023 event.

“We’re thrilled to be returning to Lane Cove after a successful event in 2022,” she said.

“The Mudgee wine region continues to be popular with Sydneysiders, who are looking for a weekend away, filled with incredible wine, food, and country hospitality. This is a great opportunity for us to give people a little taste of everything Mudgee is famous for – good food, great wine and outstanding service.

“Mudgee is well-known for producing some of the nation’s best wines. It has a rich history, dating back to 1858, and has built a reputation on producing award-winning Riesling, Chardonnay, and Shiraz, along with Italian and Spanish varietals. We’re excited to showcase our 2023 vintages at this year’s event.”

The event is free.

Tasting tumblers and five tasting tokens can be purchased for $30.

Council's Free Shuttle Bus departs from Lane Cove Library on Longueville Road, the 252 or 530 bus departs from either the Lane Cove Interchange or the bus stop outside Burns Bay Booker or there is event parking at St Ignatius' College (Regis Campus) and from here you can catch a shuttle bus to the event.

Tickets for the event are now on-sale via

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