Robert Channon Wines, based in Amiens near Stanthorpe in the Granite Belt, is for sale for $3.85m.
Robert Channon Wines, based in Amiens near Stanthorpe in the Granite Belt, is for sale for $3.85m.

Renowned Southern Downs winery hits market for $3.85m

Robert Channon Wines, which based on property Sweetwater in Amiens outside Stanthorpe, has been listed for sale.

According to the online listing, the sale includes the property, two houses, eight hectares of vineyards, the winery, sheds, a cellar door and an eatery.

Robert Channon Wines, based in Amiens near Stanthorpe in the Granite Belt, is for sale for $3.85m.
Robert Channon Wines, based in Amiens near Stanthorpe in the Granite Belt, is for sale for $3.85m.

“A substantial 129-hectare property located in the Granite Belt district, a renowned wine producing region of southern Queensland,” it said.

“The property is located just 10 minutes drive from Stanthorpe and 2.5 hours from Brisbane.

“The vineyards are fully netted and irrigated from the onsite dam (and) the property is self sufficient in water with substantial water licences in place totalling circa 450 megalitres.

“The wine production capacity is 120 tonnes and contract winemaking is also currently undertaken for two clients.”

Robert Channon Wines, based in Amiens near Stanthorpe in the Granite Belt, is for sale for $3.85m.
Robert Channon Wines, based in Amiens near Stanthorpe in the Granite Belt, is for sale for $3.85m.

Robert Channon Wines, which was established in 1998, became the first winery to rated five stars by wine critic James Halliday.

It is known for its verdelho, but also produces pinot gris, chardonnay, pinot noir and cabernet sauvignon.

“We are one of the few small wineries in Australia to have won a national trophy at a national show for a champion wine,” the business’ website said.

For more information about the sale, call Mark Aponas from SellABusiness on 0401 999 560.

You can also call Robert Channon on 4683 3260.

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Originally published as Renowned Southern Downs winery hits market for $3.85m