There’s an old saying that praises the corkscrew as a useful key. It unlocks the storehouse of wit, the treasury of laughter, the front door of fellowship, and the gate of pleasant folly.
Today’s wine may not need a corkscrew, but opening it provides the same result.
The Sapphire Coast wine industry is in its infancy but all the right ‘ingredients’ are in place: good wine is born from good vines planted in good soil and nurtured by people who are passionate about their produce.
Our wines taste good and they are great value. Discover them at the wineries cellar door, bottle shops around the region or at local fairs and markets. Best served when you need a guarantee of enjoyment.
Mimosa Wines & Drystone Restaurant
Nestled at Murrah, midway between the coastal townships of Bermagui and Tathra, this 200-acre property is discreetly tucked away in a coastal valley between the pristine beaches and spectacular coastline of Mimosa Rocks National Park and the rainforest, waterfalls and mountain scenery of Biamanga National Park.
The seven-acre vineyard has been established since initial plantings in 1999. Winemaker Glenn Butson appreciated the challenges involved with growing grapes in this fickle maritime climate and selected Chambourcin, Verdelho, Tempranillo and the ultra premium Spanish white Albarino for their compatibility with the terroir and lifestyle of this unique area.With biodynamic practices employed to invigorate soils and combat disease, and passionate wine-making producing innovative wine styles, these selections have proven inspirational.
The Drystone Restaurant aims to support regional producers. Cheeses, seafood, meats and vegetables are sourced locally and incorporated into our menu, creating a unique, distinctive cuisine.
Cellar door sales only.