Barambah produces hand-crafted wines from world class pastoral land in the South Burnett, Queensland.
In 1861, Queensland's first Governor, Sir George Bowen, when he visited the South Burnett declared that it was 'the greatest pastoral district of the whole colony'. Barambah in the South Burnett has, for generations, exemplified first class produce - its future is first class wine... pure quality, pure Queensland.
In order to produce 'wine without compromise' we have sourced the best winemaking products and put together the best possible team of professionals. Primarily the wines will be available online; however selected restaurants and retailers will have small quantities from time to time, in addition to our Kingaroy Cellar Door at Taste South Burnett.
Just realeased - Barambah Rack Dried Shiraz 2012
The Shiraz for this wine was hand-harvested from some of the South Burnett's oldest and highly-acclaimed grape vines, grown in the Barambah Wines vineyard.
This wine - from an outstanding 2012 vintage- was made from hand-harvested portions of whole bunches, dried for seven days on racks of Barambah design.
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Barambah Wines has made Queensland history with the first ever desert style wine to be awarded a 94 point ranking from James Halliday in the Australian Wine Companion 2013
Barambah's onsite Cellar Door is now open!
Now open on Saturday and Sundays from 1000AM to 4:00PM.
Specializing in nicely aged wine from our own temperature controlled cellars
Free tastings | Buses welcome.