Located in the foothills of Girraween National Park’s giant granite boulders, Warren and Sue Smith’s Pyramids Road Wines (just off Pyramids Road) is a rare glimpse back to the origins of cool climate winemaking. This small, intimate cellar door (open daily) run by the maker is located in an old 1930s packing shed and is directly connected to the winery where they have been making wine for over 20 years. Wine is handcrafted here the slow way with hands-on vineyard management. Want to know more? Warren and Sue enjoy taking visitors through the winery with an immersive experience to explain their processes. It starts with a stroll through the vineyard and finishes with a private wine tasting with Warren’s favourite drops.
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You’ll even see an old timber basket hand wine press here, which, until recently, was doing all the pressing for all the Pyramids Road reds.
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