Tasmania Wine Region Winery Accommodation

Tasmanian wineries
The whole island of Tasmania is an official wine zone. This means it has no specific regions although we can see distinct differences between north, south, east and west. The wines of Tasmania are achieving a high status amongst mainland Australian wine.

 

Northern Tasmania

Launceston Accommodation

Northern Tasmania - Tamar Valley Wineries and Vineyards

The wineries and vineyards of Northern Tasmania are combined to follow what is known as that Tamar Valley Wine Route. The city of Launceston is central to this route. North east of the city is Pipers Brook and Pipers River and to the North West is the Tamar Valley.

The cool climate allows for the production of high quality Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Riesling and sparkling wine.

 

Eastern Tasmania

Swansea Accommodation

Eastern Tasmania - Freycinet Wineries and Vineyards


Eastern Tasmania, also known as Freycinet, is a small pocket of vineyards located between the towns of Bicheno, Cranbrook and Swansea. Here you will find small, boutique wineries with exceptional produce. The area is renowned for its Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.

 

Southern Tasmania

Hobart Accommodation

Southern Tasmania Wineries and Vineyards

Central to the exploration of the vineyards of Southern Tasmania is the city of Hobart. Most vineyards are scattered around rivers and bays for their tempering effects. The vineyard area is carefully selected so the vines are protected from cold southerly winds and for maximum exposure to the sun. The distinct varietals of this region are table and sparkling wines including Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Noir, Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc.

The Coal River Valley is located to the north east of Hobart including the towns of Cambridge, Campania, Richmond and Tea Tree. The area has several cellar doors including Meadowbank Estate which has established a fine restaurant and an events program.

The Derwent Valley is another area which is graced by vineyards as the valley follows the Derwent River.

To the south of Hobart is the magnificent Huon Valley. The Huon River runs through this valley where it flows into the D'Entrecasteaux Channel. There are many respected wineries in this area, many of them creating a distinct Pinot Noir.

 

North West Tasmania

Launceston Accommodation

North West Tasmania Wineries and Vineyards

 

The wineries and vineyards of Northern Tasmania are combined to follow what is known as that Tamar Valley Wine Route. The city of Launceston is central to this route. North east of the city is Pipers Brook and Pipers River and to the North West is the Tamar Valley.

The cool climate allows for the production of high quality Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Riesling and sparkling wine.

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