Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Strange Bird lays again

Eighteen months after Strange Bird first left the nest to create the Granite Belt alternative wine trail, there's been another hatching.

Three new wineries have joined the trail and the total number of alternative wines has passed the 50 mark. Making their debut on the trail are wines from Felsberg and Rumbalara just south of Stanthorpe, and from Heritage on the northern approach to the Queensland wine capital.

Strange Bird has captured the imagination of wine consumers and media alike...a hit in print and on the small screen. Starlets which appear on the updated trail include Cabernet Franc and Jacques. Learn more about who is on the trail, what is on the trail, and how to get to Queensland's Granite Belt visit http://www.granitebeltwinecountry.com.au/pages/strange-bird/