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Witches Falls Location:
When Jon and Kim decided to move to Queensland and start making wine, the Granite Belt would seem to be the logical choice. Instead the chose to set up on Tamborine Mountain in the Gold Coast Hinterland. This decision was mad as a result of its proximity to the Gold Coast and Brisbane. Premium grapes are sourced from the Ganite belt and trucked up to the winery to produce a select range of quality hand made Queensland Wines.
Billecart Salmon wine style:
Jon’s philosophy is simple – to combine meticulous attention to detail, and innovation with the best of traditional winemaking practice to create exceptional varietal wines. The wines have a sophisticated complexity to them
Witches Falls range:
There are three tiers in the Witches Falls wine range. The first is the Granite belt range which consists of a Fiano, Verdello, Sauvignon Bland, Chardonnay, Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. Following this there is the Wild Ferment Range which comprises of Viognier, Chardonnay, Fiano, Grenache and Pinot Noir. The flagship wines are the Prophecy range which are rich complex and will benefit for years of careful cellaring.
Witches Falls Winery:
The winery is located at 79 Main Western Road in North Tamborine. The cellar door is open from 10am to 4pm on weekdays and 10am to 5pm on weekends. Take a picnic along and enjoy it with a glass of wine.
|Wine Region||Granite Belt|
|Address||79 Main Western Road, North Tamborine, QLD, 4272, Australia|
|Phone||(07) 5545 2609|
You say 'Shiraz', I say 'Syrah' - it is the same grape none the less. In France Shiraz is known and grown as Syrah. Our 2010 Syrah shows inky blackcurrant and black pepper aromas on the nose. Dark plum and spice combine with fine tannins and in...
As the name suggests, in a 'wild' ferment no commercial yeast is added. Instead we encourage the juice to ferment with the indigenous yeasts present on the grape skins. While the outcomes of such ferments can't be predicted, they are often spect...
In a 'wild' ferment we encourage the juice to ferment with indigenous yeasts present on the grape skins from the vineyard around the winery. No commercial yeast is added. While the outcomes of such ferments can't be predicted, they are often spec...