Honour Ave Cellars – Opening Soon


Speaking of intimate wine bars, Graceville is set to score a snug sipping spot of its own when Honour Ave Cellars opens later in August. The brainchild of chef Chris Siktars (known to many as the operator of popular fine-dining pop-up Black Ox), Honour Ave Cellars aims to make guests feel like they’re walking into their own private wine cellar. The space is cosy to say the least – a 28-sqm space will house 2800 bottles and room to seat eight guests. Chris has cast a wide net for his vino selection, bringing together a list of old and new-world wines wines from 100 different makers from Australia and aboard – many of which are near impossible to find anywhere else in Brisbane. Lesser-known wines from sustainable producers are a focus, so expect an array of interesting small-batch, minimal-intervention and wild-fermented wines (many available to take away), in addition to gourmet cheeses and charcuterie for snacking. As for the aesthetic, Honour Ave Cellars is keeping it minimal with midnight-blue walls and a timber bar running down the centre – a perfect stage for letting the wine shine. Keep an eye out for a closer look when Honour Ave Cellars opens!



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