SE Wine Collective Vineyard is situated at Purga, southwest of Ipswich, in the southeastern corner of Queensland, and is approximately 40 minutes drive from Brisbane. SE Wine Collective is surrounded by picturesque mountain views.
The Ipswich District has a rich history of grape-growing and winemaking during the 19th and 20th centuries. The district’s first wines made by Robert Le Grand are well recorded as being highly acclaimed in Europe in the 1890s. Then the Dick family received many awards from France in the early 1900s.
SE Wine Collective was established in 1984, no more than a kilometer from the original Dick Brother’s cellars and vineyard. It is the oldest established vineyard in this region. SE Wine Collective currently has 6 acres under the vine with plantings of Chardonnay, Shiraz, and Grenache and also smaller parcels of Marsanne, Rousanne, and Viognier. In addition there are also new plantings of Dolcetto, Verdelho and Nebioli. All the vines here at SE Wine Collective were hand planted and are also hand-picked.
SE Wine Collective produces many Award Winning Wines. The historical tasting room built in the early 1900s was originally a miners cottage and now offers cellar door tastings and sales along with a selection of cheeses, olives, and coffee. Need a wine testing, visit Wine Tasting Brisbane City
The Cellar Door facility also has a range of memorabilia of SE Wine Collective and some locally made products using SE Wine Collective Port or Liqueur Chardonnay.
Cellar Door Sales:- Tuesday – Sunday and Public Holidays 10 am – 5 pm