Thank you to our wine loving friends who have visited our cellar door recently. You’ve loved our wines so much that our stocks are now running low. We’ll be temporarily closing our cellar door until June 2021.

During this time, we’ll be working hard to make more wine for your visit next year. GREAT NEWS – you can still buy our wine online and club members can visit on the weekends outlined in the last newsletter. There are still plenty of cellar doors open on the Granite Belt waiting for you to visit.

Pyramids Road Wines is located at the southern end of the Granite Belt. The vineyard sits at an altitude of 780 m and the granite soils combined with this elevation produce wines of medium body and elegant structure, fine tannins and fruit driven styles. All the wines here are made on site and the focus is on quality in both the vineyard and winery.

Winemaker, Warren Smith also tends the vines and the whole production process. The red wines are hand plunged in small open one tonne fermenters before gentle basket pressing. Having completed his degree at Charles Sturt University, Warren and Suzanne established Pyramids Road Wines in 1999.

Average production is only four to six barrels per variety. They are always aspiring to maintain and further develop a reputation for service and quality.

Q Wine styles:

Strangebirds, whites, rose, reds, dessert, fortified.

Q In the Cellar Door

Our winery or engine room is attached to the cellar door so you can view our operations at any time of the year. Visit our cellar door to sample current release wines.
Open daily from 10:00am to 4:30pm.

Q Sample a Strangebird

Strange Bird is the quirky name given to the Granite Belt’s alternative grape varieties. The Granite Belt Alternative Wine Trail was launched in 2007, with new varieties and strange bird wineries added to the trail each vintage. This tour is perfect for those who like something different and for those with a sense of adventure and those who want to educate their palate.

Q Meet the winemaker who is passionate about wine

You certainly won’t forget the beard or the winemaker behind the beard. Watch Warren Smith in action during vintage either plunging a ferment, racking or pressing the wine or bottling your favourite blend.

Q Meet Our Famous Winery Dog Ralph

Ralph is the resident winery dog. A GSP / Cattle dog cross who just loves visitors. A visit is not complete without a pat for Ralphie. His gentle nature ensures you will be wooed by him and want to return just to see Ralph.

Q Have fun and learn at our winery events

Pyramids Road Winery host regular special wine event and concerts throughout the year. To make sure you find out what is happening at the winery, simply visit the events page.

Q Take A Walk In The Vineyard

Established in 1999 and hand planted by Warren and Sue, the vineyard is where they spend most of their time. Composted and mulched, the vines are carefully tended using sustainable practices. Waste from the winery is added to the compost pile and makes its way eventually back to the vineyard.

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