Just a few kilometres out of Mudgee you will find Rosby. It is a true hidden gem amongst all of the wonderful places to visit whilst you are in Mudgee.
Kay and Gerry first moved in to Rosby in 1983 and have since created something very special. Gerry began planting grape vines on a sloping block and his first cabernet buds burst in 1996. He made the cellar door out of mud bricks and now has a range of premium wines. Shiraz, Cab Sav, Rose, Chardonnay and Moscato are on offer to taste and purchase.
Kay holds a fine arts degree and has opened a private print and sculpture studio in the garden. They regularly have workshops for the budding artist with tutors which are hand picked, highly experienced and accomplished artists. Kay also wanted to create a platform for the exhibition and sale of sculptors works and hence Sculptures in the Garden was born, which has now become a hallmark event on the Central West's artistic calendar. This year the exhibition will take place on the 12th & 13th of October and will showcase more than 200 artists' work.
To complete the experience why not stay in the Guesthouse or Studio? With sweeping views over the Mudgee Valley it is a picturesque rural setting which will make you feel at peace with Mother Earth. Enjoy a delicious breakfast hamper which includes eggs from their free range chickens, or imbibe in a private wine tasting with Gerry.
Their philosophy is "In each glass of red, every hand crafted room, every locally sourced morsel, and each artistic flourish, is the beautiful, earthy, and wholly contagious Rosby way of life."