About Pyramids Road Wines
The Pyramids Road Team
Our team at Pyramids Road Wines consists of two only. Warren and Sue, a husband and wife combination who carry out all tasks of the wine growing and wine making operations. Inspired by a change in life style and leaving the busyness of the Sunshine Coast behind, they headed to the Granite Belt for a tree change.
A passion for fine wines drives all operations at Pyramids Road Wines. Our focus is on the production of high quality low volume hand made wines. All our wines are hand crafted on the premises. Small scale production means most operations are hands-on – from pruning, training, picking in the vineyard to basket pressing, bottling and labeling in the winery.
Viticulturist and Winemaker
Inspired by his love of chemistry, Warren completed his Associate Diploma in Applied Science at Charles Sturt University. This prompted a quick move from the Sunshine Coast to the Granite Belt where he hand planted his vineyard in 1999 on an old orchard in the foothills of Girraween National Park. Small volumes of wine produced in the early years from estate grown fruit and now white wines produced from fruit grown locally.
Wearing Many Hats
Ex school teacher now cellar hand, vineyard worker and admin manager. Having a business background certainly helps keep the small business flourishing. You’ll meet her when you book for events, order wine, visit offsite festivals and occasionally in the cellar door. It’s been a steep learning curve but huge rewards along the way.
Merlot has the classic characters of ripe cherries and red berries with bright crimson hues. It features fine soft tannins backed by some silky oak characters.
An elegant Shiraz that is hand plunged in open fermenters before being basket pressed and racked into barrels to complete the malolactic fermentation.
The fruit used to produce this wine was sourced from the Rosemary Hill vineyard west of Stanthorpe. The nose features fresh fruit characters of pineapple and passionfruit.
The fruit used to produce this wine was sourced from Bungawarra Wines and were whole bunch pressed and then the juice was separated into individual ferments.