It’s a glorious winter’s day and it’s school holidays on the Gold Coast.
I’m up on Mt Tamborine which is about a 45 minute drive from central Gold Coast. There are a few ways to the summit and the ridge along the top is scattered with vineyards, restaurants, coffee houses, walks, a sky walk and the part where my daughter is going, Thunderbird park.
I drop her off to do the tree top challenge and I head off to a vineyard to do some work.
My friend owns Cedar Creek Wineries and their sparkling white is fantastic. Unfortunately they are booked out for lunch so I head next door to Mason Wineries.
I am pleasantly surprised!
Run by a worldly couple Dylan and Suraya, the vineyard has a happy feel.
The menu is different – tapas style smaller bites, with plates to share and a couple of salads.
The wines are also pretty good and reasonably priced.
Today I have the panko chicken, quinoa salad. It is quite different. Jalopenos, rocket, corn chips and capsicum salsa. It is light and yummy!
This is an interview I did with Chef Dylan. I love his commitment and passion for sourcing out real food!