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Learn more about Tasmania's wine country. You will find a selection vineyards, tours, bed and breakfasts and information about various wine producing regions in Tasmania. We hope this helps you learn more about Australian wines. Feel free to visit some of these areas on your next vacation to Australia.
   
  • Dalrymple Vineyards: Vines at Dalrymple are planted on sloping hills that overlook Bass Strait, the sea that separates Tasmania from mainland Australia. Facing northeast for maximum sunlight hours, vines thrive in ideal conditions, yielding grapes of exceptional quality. On the western border of the property, an extinct volcanic crater created the rich basaltic topsoil found throughout the vineyard. Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc wines from Dalrymple Vineyards utilise only estate-grown grapes, and the wines are made in our newly built winery. Unwooded Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc are intended for earlier consumption, whilst the Wooded Chardonnay and Pinot Noir varieties will benefit from medium to long-term cellaring.
  • Meadowbank Wines
  • Domaine A Stoney Vineyard: Our wines are made only from grapes cultivated in our vineyard. The principal varieties grown include the red grapes of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Petit Verdot, and Pinot Noir, and the white grape Sauvignon Blanc. All crop yields are carefully controlled. Excellent wines for current consumption, or mid-term cellaring, are marketed under the Stoney Vineyard label.
  • Hartzview Vineyard: Pinot Noir is the predominant variety grown at Hartzview. This is because Tasmania's cooler climate means that we have a long growing season. Picking is not until May, ensuring the slow, full development of fruit flavours and intense aromas that characterise high quality wines. All the grapes are carefully hand-picked, pruned and trained, enabling the production of the finest quality fruit to be produced for the Hartzview range.
  • Moorilla Estate Winery and Reception Centre: Located only 15 minutes from Hobart, the Moorilla Estate Vineyard has flourished since 1958. Set on the picturesque banks of the Derwent River it can be accessed by air, water or land. Tasmania's leading boutique winery boasts a collection of award winning wines you don't want to miss.
  • Pipers Brook Vineyard: Pipers Brook Vineyard is one of Australia’s leading producers of cool-climate wine. It specialises in fine Chardonnay, delicate Riesling and premium Pinot Noir under the Pipers Brook Vineyard label, and markets a similar range of early drinking wines under the Ninth Island label.
  • Stefano Lubiana Wines: Formed in 1990, Stefano Lubiana Wines is a Tasmanian family company, wholly owned and operated by husband-and-wife team, Steve and Monique Lubiana. Located in an urban fringe area some 20km north of the city of Hobart, their 170 hectare Granton property is home to both a thriving young family, and to a healthy young commercial enterprise, focusing on the production of hand-crafted, cool-climate, still and sparkling table wines. Overlooking the spectacular tidal estuary of the River Derwent, Steve and Monique have established a vineyard that is small in size, but great in significance. Planted on land acquired at the end of the 1980s, it marks the culmination of an extensive, nationwide search for a site ideally suited to the classic grape varieties of northern Europe.
  • Vineyards and Wineries of Tasmania: A centralised and accurate data base of wine production within Tasmania, Australia. Grape varieties, regions and vineyards and their facilities are covered.
  • Wilmot Hills Vineyard: The vineyard is nestled in North West Tasmania just west of Lake Barrington at latitude 41 21' 35" S ; longitude 146 10' 18" E and a height of 300 metres. The soil is of krasnozems structure, with a pH around 5.2 to 5.8. Well draining soils produce strong canopy vigour.

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