Here’s a snapshot of what we’ve been up to at Hidden Creek in November.
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We shared our delicious Tinto de Verano from our Hidden Creek Cafe menu.
Tinto de Verano literally means ‘summer red wine’.
It’s a mix of sparkling red wine and lemon, lime and bitters…think of it as a fizzy cousin to Sangria.
Make sure you ask us to make you one next time you visit!
We shared this gorgeous snap of one of our little visitors to Hidden Creek.
We’re so lucky to call our beautiful vineyard and all its creatures our ‘office’.
Next time you visit us, take a stroll through the vines and see if you can spot any of these cuties.
What's new with us?
Brisbane wine lovers – do you have your tickets?
The QLD Wine Awards are happening this week and the public tasting and masterclass will be on Friday 12th November.
This is your chance to taste exceptional examples of QLD wine (including ours!) and learn more about our local wine regions and producers.
Head to QWIA for tickets.
What we're drinking this week?
Thank you to one of our happy visitors for inspiring us to have a glass of our Petillant Rougir…not that we need much convincing!
This lightly sparkling rosé wine is a blend of Graciano, Vermentino & Verdelho.
Fun fact…‘rougir’ actually means ‘blush’ in French.
You can pick up a bottle on our website or at our cellar door.
What's happening in the Granite Belt?
Does solving riddles and figuring out your way out of a maze sound like fun?
Then the Granite Belt Maze is a must-do on your next visit to the Granite Belt.
There’s a big maze, a mini maze (for the kids) and even a hexagonal maze. And when you’re done with mazes, there’s gardens, mini golf and more.
Find out more: Granite Belt Maze