The Granite Belt vineyard listed by wine producer Robert Channon

The Granite Belt vineyard listed by wine producer Robert Channon
The Granite Belt vineyard listed by wine producer Robert Channon

Wine producer Robert Channon and wife Peggy are selling The Granite Belt, their Queensland vineyard and home.

It was the late 1990s that the couple planted the vineyards before building the winery in 2001 out of Gymie Blocks sandstone.

The nationally recognised vineyard and wine business was the first in Queensland to receive five stars from James Halliday.

The 130 hectare estate across two titles has a main six bedroom homestead and a low set brick veneer home built in the 1970s with three bedrooms and one bathroom.

There's a floodlit tennis court, oak paddock with trees inoculated for truffles, five dams, six paddocks and a number of cattle yards.

The 100 toone capacity winery is fully equipped with crusher, press, tanks and a cold room with a separate wine storage shed which converts into the concert hall Swigmore Hall.

Also on the property is the 2008 built Singing Lake Cafe built which is leased at $150 a week.

Robert Channon Wines can be bought as a separate entity at $1.95 million or $3.85 million for both lots.

David Schnitzerling & Co Stanthorpe agents Anne Lindsay and David Schnitzerling are marketing the property.

 

 

 

 

 

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