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 and verdelho feel synonymous to me, with serious examples of the variety a calling card – textural chew, pithy and leaner fruit characters, savouriness as the positive variables here.” Mike Bennie, Halliday Wine Companion - Dec 2022
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.
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
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.
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.