Winery in Brisbane

 

It may be surprising that such city as modern as Brisbane has managed

to sprout its own wine bars. In fact, Brisbane's wine bars have made names on themselves and have been one of the greatest places to visit

for simple relaxation and chitchats with the group. You are free to explore in the precincts of Brisbane and you might be surprised on how many options are there available to make your lunch or dinner more interesting.


Landing at Sirromet Wines equates to setting afoot in Queensland's largest winery. With 335 awards tucked under its belt, including awards from 2007 and 2008 International Wine Competition in UK, 2008 Decanter World Wine Awards, 2008 Chardonnay de Monde in France, 2007 Austrian Wine Challenge, 2007 Perth Royal Wine Show and more, also making it the most highly awarded winery in the country. This winery is located in the serene Mount Cotton which reflects the breathtaking natural scenery and wildlife to the majestic wine and food products out of Sirromet's vineyard, winery and restaurant.

 

Winery in Brisbane
Alongside the award-winning winery is Restaurant Lurleen, which has been dubbed as Australia's Best Restaurant in a Winery and Best Tourism Restaurant. It is said that food is best experienced with the most appropriate wine, and eating at Restaurant Lurleen doesn't just quantify the category listed above as it also gives its customers the view of a lifetime. Ready your taste buds and take a dip Sirromet's red wines (Burnbelt, Father Davadi Rosť, Rosť, Shiraz Viognier, Sparkling PV, Nebbiolo and more) and white wines (Unwooded Chardonnay, Late Harvest Pinot Gris, Marsanne and Chardonnay Pinot Noir Sparkling) and take a bite on some of the dishes like Sirromet Spanish style casserole of seafood, Grilled rib of rose veal pine nut crust, Amelia Park lot fed lamb rack among other elite meals.

Another important winery in the Brisbane area is the 750-hectare Granite Belt which is easily Queensland's largest wine region, with fifty wineries and

cellar doors. Guests who want to visit the winery may organize for a personalized trip with the Granite Belt Winery Tours which will lead them to the area's boutique wineries and local winemakers, majority of which are of Italian descent. Granite Belt Wines are popular for its white wines which include Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc. Granite Belt is also known for experimenting and mixing varieties to come up with a

new flavor. Try to visit Granite Belt at its best, especially during festivals and events that it hosts such as Apple and Grape Harvest Festival (happens

every other even year, every March), Australian Small Winemakers Show (October) and Annual Spring Wine Festival (October).

Check out other wineries in Brisbane such as Grape Experience, Kooroomba Vineyard and Lavender Farm, Nirvana Estate Vineyard and Ocean View Estates Winery Restaurant.