Stanthorpe wine

invites you through this website to share our love of wine, and the philosophy behind the creation of the wines we produce.

Kominos Wines grows, makes and bottles

Stanthorpe wine

  on the high altitude Granite Belt (near Stanthorpe). We attribute our quality and success to our hands on contact with all facets of the production process, and of course our love of wine.


KEFI at the winery
Saturday, October 5, 2024 at 6.30pm

Verdelho, Viognier and Shiraz, with moussaka, rosemary lamb and baklava to tempt the senses. Join us for a fun evening of Kominos wines, Greek Cuisine and Greek dancing all under a heated marquee.

The aromas of Greek cuisine, and ambient sounds of Greek music and dancing to the celebration of youthful vintage wines produced by Kominos Wines onsite. Kefi at the winery is on again, at Kominos Wines on 1st October 2022. One of the oldest and most successful granite belt winery functions, Kefi has an atmosphere of celebration.



Winemaker Tony Comino TOPS WINE ASSESSMENT CLASS at Australia Wine Research Institute 1 day wine assessment course, with leading winemakers from around australia.       more...

OUR WINES & cellar door

Tastings and cellar door sales are available at our winery all year around – open daily.

ONLINE cellar door list CLICK HERE ... 

Queensland Government
Recognises Kominos Wines
Export Achievements

The Queensland Government has recognised the significant export achievements of Kominos Wines through a programme of support to assist further with the export of the winery’s products to Asian markets. The programme extends for two years.

Read the Stanthorpe Border Post article.


Kominos Wines has been exporting successfully to Asian markets for 20 years and continues to expand the delicious tastes of Australian wines overseas.



 27145 New England Highway  -  PO Box 225,     Stanthorpe 4380  Queensland, Australia
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Mary and Tony hosted Creek to Coast’s Scotty and Olivia in a recent visit to the Kominos Wines on Stanthorpe’s Granite Belt.

Watch the Video - CLICK HERE



"....Master of Wine Bob Cambell said the Granite Belt was not well recognised as an Australian Wine Region but the success of Kominos Wines in winning six Medals had changed perceptions in the industry"


Kominos: Queensland's Granite Belt is a unique elevated plateau (800m-100m above sea level) with cold winter temperatures down to -10 degrees C in 2006, and mean summer January temperatures averaging 20.1degrees C. This is a climatic temperature range very similar to Australia's best districts. The natural environment is ruggedly beautiful abounding in granite boulders. A host of mountainous ranges spring from the valley floor. Elevations of vineyards scattered around the district vary from 680 m at Ballandean to 850 m at our Balancing Boulder Vineyard, making it one of the highest commercial vineyards in Australia. This variation makes for considerable microclimatic variation between vineyard sites and differences in quality.


We are located amidst a fruit bowl of temperate fruit orchards and vegetable fields. Our grape vineyards are surrounded by other vineyards and orchards, growing an array of delicious apples, pears, apricots, plums, peaches, nectarines, raspberries and healthy vegetables- broccoli, cabbages, leeks, garlic in winter and tomatoes, capsicums, zucchini in summer. The Granite Belt is a veritable garden of Eden. There is no similar or better region in our tropical /subtropical state for visiting and experiencing an authentic production experience.


Tony and Mary Comino grow grapes on 30 acres of vineyards. Together they handcraft and sell their creations on site in their landmark Australiana cellar door. "Our customers love the immediate connection between the grapes we tend just metres away from the cellar door and what we offer for tasting" says Mary. "As makers who grow our own grapes, we are always able to take greater care with growing (sometimes a little obsessively) and take greater risks with ripening than many makers who purchase grapes in " comments Tony Comino.