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Shannonvale Tropical Fruit Winery - Port Douglas

Shannonvale Tropical Fruit Winery - Port Douglas - Tropical Far North Queensland, Australia

The Shannonvale Tropical Fruit winery is a small family-run commercial winery that specialises in producing a delicious range of wines using their own organic, tropical fruits grown on-site in their own orchard. Their range of wines include very dry wines to medium flavoured  and port-style wines, made from mango, lychee, passionfruit, lime, ginger, jaboticaba and more.

Located just 20 minutes north of Port Douglas or 10 minutes south of Mossman in the beautiful Shannonvale Valley, this quiet, leafy winery is the perfect escape for anyone who values high-quality wine that pairs perfectly with a range of foods.

The gracious hosts love to share their love of tropical fruit wine with their guests, and there are a range of tasting options to suit different tastes. 

Shannonvale Tropical Fruit Winery has 13 different wines available for tasting, with all of their wines having won awards, 6 Gold, 5 Silver and 2 Bronze and one of them a Show Champion at the Perth Wine Show, judged by grape wine judges.

A concern some people sometimes have with fruit wines is their tendency to be sweet and sticky however Shannonvale focus on producing dry table wines for the modern day palate.

Tony and Trudie work with a professional wine-maker consultant who is also a grape wine judge who advises them on the best way to turn their tropical fruits into award winning high-quality wines.

Both Tony and Trudie are retired and do not make vast quantities of wine allowing them to focus purely on the taste and quality of the wines. 


From Port Douglas Road to Shannonvale Winery

  • From Port Douglas - Total time about 20 minutes.
  • Follow Port Douglas Road out of town
  • Turn right onto Captain Cook Hwy towards Mossman  
  • Turn left onto Mossman-Mt Molloy Rd  
  • Turn Right into Ponzo Rd
  • Turn Right onto Shannonvale Rd Continue to 41

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