Villa du Pays at Leogate Estate

Reminiscent of a rustic French villa, Villa du Pays on Leogate Estate overlooks some of the Hunter Valley’s oldest grapevines in Pokolbin, against a backdrop of the captivating Brokenback Mountain range. Inside, luxurious décor pays complement to a menu offering choices from the best Black Angus steak to refined French cuisine.

Leogate Estate directors, Bill and Vicki Widin, supply the export quality Black Angus beef for their restaurant direct from the renowned herd on their 12,500 acre cattle farm “Middlebrook Park” near Tamworth. The beef is processed in the Hunter and dry-aged for 6-8 weeks in a purpose-built room, to attain mouth-watering tenderness. Even the most devoted steak-lovers will be enraptured – and many have flown in by helicopter just to dine. Introducing the stud’s bull’s bloodlines to the 3000 stud cows ensure several desired traits, including marbling around the rib and eye area. The restaurant’s dry-aging room, the only one of its kind in the Hunter Valley, is a must-see for anyone who comes to dine…

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