The Tizzana Winery is in a valley near the Hawkesbury River, about 70 km north-west of Sydney. It was established as a winery in 1887. There's a little bed and breakfast cottage tucked away behind it, which looks like a lovely place to stay. Walking towards the dark of the open cellar door, with cicadas singing, bees buzzing and the sun beating on the ancient stone, it could have been the south of France. The rosé and the white wine are both excellent and they also make jam, honey and chutney.