Our Vineyards

Situated 600-1500 metres above sea level and approximately three hours drive south west of Brisbane, “The Granite Belt is one of the most exciting wine destinations in the country” Max Allen, The Weekend Australian.

The Granite Belt was formed by an ancient tectonic uplift that forced a significant Granite Mass 820m above sea level. Over time, softer rocks and soils have eroded, leaving a clearly identifiable Granite Plateau. Due to its elevation, this plateau experiences some of Australia’s coldest winters. The sub-zero temperatures cause water that has been absorbed in exposed granite boulders and rocks to freeze and expand, forcing mineral particles into the soil. This annual soil enrichment allows local vineyards and orchards to grow the highest quality produce with unique, rich flavours.



The vision of Sirromet Family Ambassador Nadine Delahunty is excited to unveil to you the all new granit emerging varietal range. Artistically inspired by the story stones of the Granite Belt region, this exciting colourful, sustainable, vegan friendly collection showcases the delicious vibrant flavours of emerging European varieties Vermentino, Fiano, Lagrein, Nebbiolo and Montepulciano.



    Crafted in our state-of-the-art winery atop Mount Cotton, the Sirromet collection showcases contemporary varietal favourites including NV Sparkling, Sweet Bubbly Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, perfect for everyday enjoyment.

    Selected varietals are also available in convenient 187ml and 200ml sizes, perfect for enjoying outdoors, events or gifting.


      Signature Collection

      Bearing the signature of Sirromet’s founder Terry Morris, the Signature Collection range utilises premium quality fruit sourced from Sirromet’s Seven Scenes vineyard located in Queensland’s renowned Granite Belt region, delivering a range of wines rare in regional character and distinction.

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        Le Sauvage

        The award-winning Le Sauvage range of wines are hand crafted utilizing wild yeast. Our 2013 Le Sauvage Chardonnay is currently rated #1 white wine (#3 in all wines) and our 2013 Le Sauvage Shiraz Viognier is ranked #5 in Tasting Book’s Best Wine in the World competition for 2017.

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          Private Collection

          The Private Collection range showcases Sirromet’s most prestigious wines. Made from only the best parcels of carefully nurtured fruit from our Granite Belt vineyards, each varietal is a benchmark of outstanding quality and style.

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            State-of-the-art Production Facilities

            Sirromet’s “Tank Farm” is home to 97 computerised insulated stainless steel wine tanks. These impressive structures, ranging from 3000 Litres to 80,000 Litres in size, have a total holding capacity of 2.2 million Litres. Our Vintage equipment includes a grape hopper and crusher/destemmer capable of processing 20 Tonnes of grapes at once, 13 red wine fermenters and three grape presses. We have two bottling lines installed on site to make the transition from tank to bottle as seamless as possible. Young, fresh white wine styles are made entirely in tank and briefly aged before being bottled early to retain their intense bouquet. Barrel ageing is a vital part to the red winemaking process, as well as for wooded white styles. Sirromet uses a mix of traditional oak barrels, with 80% being French oak barriques and 20% American oak barrels. Our premium Chardonnay and Viognier are traditionally fermented in French oak. Oak barrels add complex flavours and soften the wines via slow ageing over 10-15 months. Each barrel is used over five years, holding 4 to 6 different wines over this time, before being retired. Sirromet is also Queensland’s largest producer of premium traditional method sparkling wine. A labour of love, these wines are aged over yeast lees for 3-5 years or more after bottle fermentation, before going through disgorgement to remove the yeast in preparation for release.