In this brand new season of The Halliday Cellar Door, our host Sally Stanton takes a trip to the beautiful Hunter Valley in New South Wales, visiting two more of the families who make up Australia’s First Families of Wine. First, Sally drops in to Tyrrell’s, proponents of the delicious Semillon, chatting with Bruce & Chris Tyrrell. Later, a short trek over to the McWilliams owned Mount Pleasant, where Sally catches up with Scott & Jeff McWilliams. If this doesn’t make you want to visit the Hunter, we don’t know what will!
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