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Aventine Wines' vineyards are situated on shallow weathered granite soils at Ballandean, in the heart of Queensland's' premier wine region, the Granite Belt.
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Captain's Paddock, in Kingaroy, is home to a vineyard, cellar door and the Modern Australian Captains Paddock Cafe.
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This three day itinerary includes visiting historic towns, sampling wines and visiting vineyards in Queensland's largest wine producing region - the Granite Belt and enjoying country scenery and natural attractions.
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Visit one of the most picturesque settings in the Granite Belt wine region. A cosy Cellar Door awaits with a great selection of premium quality wines.
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Golden Grove Estate is a family owned and operated vineyard and winery. The grapes are 100 per cent Estate grown and produced and they specialise in alternative varieties, which are marketed under the Strangebird promotion.
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Hidden Creek winery and vineyard is situated in Queensland's Granite Belt wine country, A wide variety of wines are available for tasting and sale at the cellar door from robust reds, delicate whites and luscious fortifieds.
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The vineyard and cellar door are located in a rural setting one and a half kilometers from the centre of Crows Nest on the Blackbutt Road.
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Kingsley Grove was established in 1998 and has its own Winery and Vineyard which is nine hectares of wine grapes and under full production.
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Come to the Market in the Mountains - where they Make It, Bake It, Sew It or Grow It. Over 45 stallholders sell a range of unique handcrafted items made from wood, leather, paper, wool, cotton and other items.
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Your Northern Food Trail begins high on the edge of the Great Dividing Range in Toowoomba, launching pad to the gourmet delights and rich agricultural soils of the Darling Downs.
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