GRANITE BELT'S FINEST

Estate Grown & Made Fine Wines

Introducing

Robert Channon and his exceptional wines

Heralded ‘King of the Verdelho’ by wine critics and with Australia-wide trophies for Chardonnay and Sparkling Chardonnay, his wines have even been selected to be served to Queen Elizabeth II.

Robert Channon’s wines are grown and made on the estate at Amiens just outside Stanthorpe, in the cool high-altitude Granite Belt wine region of Queensland, Australia.

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Guided Wine Tastings

Join us weekends 10am - 5pm, or Monday, Tuesday and Friday 11am - 4pm for tastings of the region's finest selection of wines.

  • Seated wine tastings with personalised service
  • Tastings guided by the owners and winemakers themselves
  • Taste a hand-picked selection of Robert Channon's most popular wines (typically a flight of half a dozen)
  • Beautiful valley and lake views
About Our Vineyard

Our Story

All of our wines are grown and produced on the estate at Robert Channon Wines – the whole process from grape to your glass.

Get a glimpse behind the scenes, learn about the vineyard, what we do and meet our award winning team behind Robert Channon Wines.

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Wine Sales

We produce fine Verdelho, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon.

All our wines are available for purchase online or via our cellar door.

Learn more about each grape variety or use our wine finder to search for the perfect bottle.

Visitor Information

Visiting the Granite Belt

A scenic 2.5hr drive from Brisbane, the Granite Belt Wine Region is a place of striking granite landscapes, artisan foods, cosy cottage escapes and around 40 cellar doors. 

At a cool 1000m above sea level, no other wine region of Australia has so many wineries at high altitude - a distinction reflected in the alternative variety wines grown and their elegance and complexity.

Photo credit: Reuben Nutt Photography. The Sphinx, Girraween National Park.

Robert Channon Wines, arguably Australia’s foremost producer of Verdelho

James Haliday, Wine Writer

Mr Channon, king of Verdelho? I think so!

Tony Keys, 2017

Robert Channon has long been a master of the dark arts of Verdelho

James Halliday 2016

The 2002, 2003, 2004 vintages of Robert Channon Verdelho, probably the greatest lineage of this varietal in the world

Peter Scudamore-Smith MW

There is pinot gris and there is this Robert Channon pinot gris, it really is in a league of its own

Tony Keys, 2017

They are by far the best Verdelhos I have ever tasted

James Halliday