There’s so Much More to Discover at Winmark Wines
Since taking the reins of the former Pooles Rock estate, owner Karin Adcock has seen Winmark Wines gain a lofty reputation as not just a producer of premium Chardonnays, but a destination in its own right.
With the new Cellar Door recently launched, guests to the property are enthusiastically enjoying the Chardonnays produced by this remarkable vineyard. Karin says they have found the overwhelmingly positive response to be quite humbling.
“It’s the team of incredibly talented experts that bring our vineyard to deliver these beautiful Chardonnays that deserve the credit,” said Karin.
But it is evident this is a team led by a woman with passion, and an amazing eye for the best utilisation of the property.
Not only can visitors taste wines at the Cellar Door that pay homage to the properties unique history, but guests can now also be mesmerised by a new collection of art and sculptures located throughout the property.
Sculptor David Ball’s monumental Biosis was the first of many sculptures to find their home at Winmark, and with David’s view that ‘Wine and Sculpture both age well,’ it was not long before a second sculpture from his series ‘Celest’ was installed.
It will keep good company with the Wollombi Sculpture Festival People’s Choice sculpture ‘Fight or Flight’, and the newly installed ‘Ceramic Lollipops’ and ‘Portals of Illusion’ (pictured top).
“I am truly at my happiest when I see our amazing sculptures arriving at Winmark, and I think of how much joy it will bring our guests and visitors,” said Karin.
“I love the idea of people being able to enjoy a wine tasting in our new Cellar Door, exploring our beautiful property and discovering all these sculptures – some are huge and difficult to miss, and others you have to look to find hiding amongst the natural features of the property.”
You will find Winmark Wines at 229 Wollombi Road in beautiful Broke. The Cellar Door is open seven days, or visit www.winmarkwines.com.au for more information.