The results are in for the 2021 QLD Wine Awards. This year’s show had almost double the entrants than what we were expecting which is a great result. Find all the award winners here!
In its 37th year, the Queensland Wine Awards is a celebration of our industry recognising excellence in winemaking, viticulture and the contributions made by individuals and businesses in progressing our industry. Find all event information here!
Did you know that Queensland winemakers are leading the way in Emerging Varietal Wines? Are you interested in tasting some of these varieties to add to your cellar? Come along to the Stokehouse Q in South Bank, Brisbane on 22 February 2020 for a chance to taste, talk, and enjoy all things Queensland Emerging Varieties!
The Queensland Wine Industry Association is pleased to have presented another successful Queensland wine awards event on the 4th of September at the Queensland Parliament House in Brisbane. Find all the results here!
Golden Grove winemaker Ray Castanzo says the winery’s impressive haul at the 2014 Queensland Wine Awards is due to the hard work the whole team put in year after year. This year on top of picking up three golds, three silvers and eight bronzes at the annual awards, Golden Grove were also named Queensland Winery of the Year.
EMOTIONAL, humbled and shocked is how winemaker Mike Hayes described his reaction to winning the coveted Samuel Bassett award at the 2014 Queensland Wine Awards. The award is presented to a person who, over time, has contributed to the advancement of the Queensland Wine Industry.
Father and son combination of Sam and Ray Costanzo are setting the standard for Queensland wine. At the recent 2014 Queensland Wine Awards Golden Grove was named Queensland Winery of the Year with Sam Costanzo taking out Queensland Viticulturist of the Year and Ray Costanzo Queensland Winemaker of the Year.
Sirromet Wines owner and founder Terry Morris has declared war on the tidal wave of New Zealand-made Sauvignon Blanc flooding Australian markets. The Gold Coast-based businessman is urging fellow Queenslanders to help turn back the invasion by switching to locally-produced Verdelho as an alternative white wine.