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5 wineries to visit in Queensland

With warm weather most of the year Queensland produces a number of incredible red and white varieties. Over the past decade Queensland’s wine industry has grown significantly, including the breathtaking Granite Belt, the beautiful estates in Toowoomba and the South Burnett region. We’ve listed 5 wineries we think are worth the visit! 1. Witches Falls…

Mason Wines Queensland

Queensland’s best kept secret is it’s ability to produce premium wines since 1860. The sunshine state has been growing exceptional grape varieties in the Granite Belt, Toowoomba, Mt Cotton and Mt Tamborine. In particular, the cool climate of the Granite Belt, which is situated 1000 metres above sea level, has enabled winemakers to produce top…

Celebrate at Bacchus Brisbane

Bacchus is one of Brisbane’s most opulent fine dining restaurants where art meets food. The restaurant is situated on the podium level of Rydges South Bank and boasts a twilight balcony that leads into the trendy hotel bar with a plunge pool and sparkling views.    The most magnificent way to celebrate an anniversary, proposal…

Soumah Wines comes to Tank Bar and Laneway Dining 

Brisbane’s charming laneway restaurant in the legal precinct, Tank Bar & Laneway Dining, hosted a sophisticated winemakers dinner with fabulous food and good company. With a floor to ceiling glass wine cellar on show, Tank Bar & Laneway Dining are known for pairing national and international awarded wines with Head Chef Tyrone Bramley’s modern seasonal…