Granite Belt wine show capturing rural success
It was 1987 when stalwarts of a fledgling wine industry on the Granite Belt promoted a national show involving their peers. Its success is now generating some animosity in the major cities. Col Jackson writes for Blues Country. It was an ordinary Friday night in Stanthorpe; the town was again vibrant as visitors arrived, accommodation filled and locals readied for another weekend catering to tourists looking for something different on the Granite Belt food and wine trail.