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Robert Channon Wines

Robert Channon Wines produces estate grown and made wines in the high, cool climate, Granite Belt. Their cellar door is open for wine tasting and sales, the Singing Lake Café serves lunches and the Swigmore Hall hosts the winery's series of mainly classical and jazz concerts. The winery is known nationally for its verdelho: “...takes Verdelho to another level” Huon Hooke 2020 “... has long been a master of the dark arts of Verdelho” James Halliday 2016 "... arguably Australia’s foremost producer of Verdelho” James Halliday 2009 When you visit, you will be greeted by JS Bark, their canine receptionist, unless she is asleep. Yes, they are dog friendly. There is plenty of outdoor space for children to run around and to say hello to their miniature horses. As well as their Verdelho, we grow and make, fine Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. Their Verdelho has been served at formal banquets for the Queen and in State and Federal parliament. Their 2009 Verdelho was selected as the Queensland Parliament's 150th Anniversary White Wine. It is the taste of the Granite Belt. Their wines have won many medals and trophies and their chardonnay and sparkling have both been national trophy winners. They are proud of their wines and look forward to showing them to all of their visitors.

  • Facilities
  • Alfresco/Outdoor Dining
  • Carpark
  • Cellar Door
  • Coach Parking
  • Entertainment
  • Family Friendly
  • Lawn / Gardens
  • Non Smoking
  • Pet Friendly - Enquire
  • Suitable for Functions
  • Wine Tasting

Email Robert Channon Wines

4683 3260

31 Bradley Lane, Amiens Queensland 4380, Australia

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