Firescreek Fruit Wines, Holgate, Central Coast

If you’re looking for something unusual to do on the Central Coast of NSW, take some time to drive to Firescreek Fruit Wines.

Firescreek Fruit Wines
Firescreek Fruit Wines

The boutique winery produces a variety of wines made from fruit, flowers and herbs – all available in limited releases.

Firescreek Fruit Wines
Firescreek Fruit Wines

You’ll find a selection such as Firewater Fruit Wine, an orange and chilli fruit wine, best served at room temp, over ice, and matched with tiger prawns and salsa, or dark chocolate. The Elderflower Wine, winner of the silver medal, at the Royal Queensland show in 2011 is made from fresh flowers grown on property. Savoury style, slightly earthy and floral, it is amellow wine with a long finish best enjoyed with a nutty Swiss cheese.

Firescreek Fruit Wines
Cellar Door

The Lime Wine is best served icy cold to highlight its fresh, zesty, and crispy characters. The Rose Petal Wine is fermented with grape, oaked, which results in a very aromatic and floral wine with a dry, fruity finish that makes it a good accompaniment to Camembert.

The range of wines available varies depending on availability and seasonality, therefore not all varietals are available all the time.

Firescreek Fruit Wines

Firescreek Fruit Wines is located approximately 7 kilometres from Terrigal and a short drive from Avoca Beach. Cellardoor Wine Tastings are available Wednesday to Sunday, 10am- 5pm ADST and 10am- 4pm AEST.

Firescreek Fruit Wines
192 Wattle Tree Road
Holgate NSW 2250
Ph: (02) 4365 0768


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Corinne Mossati is the founder and editor of Gourmantic. An avid scribe, she has taken pen to paper since the age of five. Her repertoire includes long works of fiction, short stories and travelogues. She is a winner of the GT travel writing competition, has judged the Australasian Whisky Awards and several cocktail competitions. She is also named in the Australian Bartender Most Influential List.

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