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Kingsley Grove are regularly seen at the Wine and Food In The Park Festival

Wines are grown and processed entirely on he estate

Having fun at a festival

Kingsley Grove produce more than 18 different wine varities Kingsley Grove Estate's winemaker Simon Berry examing the vines

  • Top: Kingsley Grove Estate was established in 1998 by owners Mike and Pat Berry. The Estate is the second-largest vineyard in the South Burnett and has pioneered several different grape varieties in the region.
  • Above Left: Kingsley Grove Estate are regularly seen at the South Burnett Wine & Food In The Park Festival, which is held in Kingaroy on the second Saturday of March each year.
  • 2nd Left: Kingsley Grove's modern wine-making plant is used to produce all the Estate's wines, as well as wines for other local producers. Visitors are welcome to tour the winery.
  • 3rd Left: Kingsley Grove's wines are crowd-pleasers and they're one of the few South Burnett wineries to make sparkling varieties.
  • 4th Left: The Grove make the largest range of wines in the region. This is due to the large number of grape varieties they grow in their vineyards.
  • 5th Left: Winemaker Simon Berry is obsessed with quality. As a result, Kingsley Grove have won many awards for their wines over the years.
  • Bottom: Kingsley Grove's cellar door is open from 10:00am to 5:00pm daily except for the winter months, when it's open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays only. Visitors in cooler weather should phone first if they plan to visit on weekday.

Kingsley Grove Estate owners Mike and Pat Berry
Kingsley Grove EstateKingsley Grove Estate, Kingaroy
Kingsley Grove Estate - a combined vineyard and winery - was established by Mike and Pat Berry in 1998. Their son Simon is Estate's winemaker and he's won many awards over the years. The Estate is located 12km from the centre of Kingaroy on the main road to the Bunya Mountains National Park.

The Estate has 9 hectares of vines (around 22 acres) and currently produces 9 different grape varieties on a range of soils. The principal grape varieties grown are cabernet sauvignon, chambourcin, chardonnay, merlot, sangiovese, semillion, shiraz and verdelho. Several of these varieties were pioneered  in the South Burnett on the Estate's vineyards.

Kingsley Grove craft 18 different wines from these varieties including  red and white sparkling wines as well as sweet, dry and fortified releases. All wines are made from grapes grown and harvested on the property (in the estate tradition) using Kingsley Grove's modern winery.

Kingsley Grove's cellar door is open for tastings from 10:00am to 5:00pm daily except in the winter months when it's open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays only. Visitors are advised to call in advance if they plan on visiting in the cooler weather.

Cellar door visitors can also get to see the Estate's winemaking and storage facilities if they wish, and groups can be accommodated with special activities in the vineyard and the winery by pre- arrangement. Kingsley Grove can also provide meals and snacks for visitors who book in advance.

In addition to their cellar door and website, Kingsley Grove's wines can also be obtained at the Taste South Burnett cellar door at Shop 4, 36 Alford Street, Kingaroy. Kingsley Grove are also regularly seen at the Wine & Food In The Park Festival held in Kingaroy on the second weekend of March each year.

 Contact Details
 Address: Kingsley Grove Estate, 49 Stuart Valley Drive, Kingaroy Qld 4610
 (07) 4162 2229

Relaxing in Kingsey Grove Estate's cellar door

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