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An Exclusive Addition to a Hunter Valley Wine Tasting at 1813 for the Month of February

If you haven’t yet been to 1813 Cellar Door in Broke, or you are due for a visit, then we have the perfect excuse for you to jump in the car and go for a weekend drive.

Picture this. Sitting in the stunning 1813 Cellar Door, which drips in modern Hamptons glamour, overlooking the peaceful location of Tinonee Vineyard Estate, whilst sampling your way through the delectable 1813 wine tasting menu.

Now, combine this with... dumplings! Yes steamed, piping hot little bundles of goodness and wine tasting. This is an all in “yes”, winning combination.

Veronton Dumplings
Veronton Dumplings

1813 has teamed up with the “accidentally famous” Veronton from Sydney to offer dumplings on Saturdays and Sundays for the month of February at their cellar door.

Veronton was launched in the midst of COVID to ensure Sydneysider dumpling lovers didn’t go without during a pandemic lockdown. But what started as a small journey, quickly exploded when word got out, and celebrities such as Roxy Jacenko and Matt Moran touted their steamed, doughy goodness.

Matt Moran, Australian food icon, did a shout out to his followers on social media,

“If you want some bloody good Dumpling guys, order now from @veronton_ worth every cent.” Matt Moran

For the month of February, you will get a chance to try these delicious dumpling delicacies from the 1813 Cellar Door.

Available on Saturdays and Sundays between 10am - 5pm, you will enjoy a sample of flavours such as Wagyu beef, pork and vegetable, prawn, pork and vegetable, as well as a fresh Asian greens vegan offering.

At just $15 for 5 dumplings and a wine tasting, this is an affordable way to include some eats in your Broke Wine Region trip.

Bookings for dumplings and wine tastings are essential and limited. Expect this unique cellar door experience to take one hour...although if you’re anything like me you will wish to linger a little longer.

Don’t miss out and book below for your experience of Veronton in the Vines at the 1813 Cellar Door this February.