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Enjoy visiting one of 70 Tasmania wineries and vineyards listed here.
Select wineries in Tasmania or expand your search to include wineries and vineyards in other regions of Tasmania. You can also refine your search by style or price. Featured wineries and vineyards highlight some of the best wineries throughout Tasmania.
Tasmania is in Tasmania.
The first of Australia's grape vines were planted in 1788 just outside of Sydney NSW. Today Australia has established itself internationally as a significant wine producing nation with vineyards scattered across the country. wineries in Tasmania make up only a sample of Australia's wineries. Australian wine sales have grown steadily over the past decade. Current export figures place Australia as the fourth largest exporter of wine, selling to more than 100 countries around the world and contributing $5.5 billion to the nation's economy.
There are literally thousands of wines varieties and blends produced by Australian wineries. You will find numerous wines that fall into the five basic wine styles available to try and buy at wineries in Tasmania. The five basic wine styles:
Why not see if you can correctly identify the various distinct flavour and aroma descriptors associated with Tasmania wine styles.
Tasting room and Cellar Door Sales are common at wineries in Tasmania. Touring the wine growing regions of Australia ranks among the great attractions of the country. You can organise a tour or simply plan your day and go at your own pace. Be sure to abide by drink driving laws however; Police will not accept a tour of the wineries as an excuse for drink driving.
Every winery in Tasmania operates their own opening and closing times. Likewise, opening hours in some wineries can vary depending on the season, public or religious holidays, and/or other circumstances. We advise you check individual winery opening hours before visiting.
Facilities for wineries in Tasmania are listed using symbols. Note: wineries with the 'Disabled Access' symbol have dedicated disabled facilities. View the feature and facility symbols for wineries.
Reader Reviews are a great way to find out what other passionate wine enthusiasts, just like you, think about wineries in Tasmania. The views and opinions expressed in these reviews are those of individual readers and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of AGFG, it's directors, management, employees, contractors, consultants or agents.
Depending on the region and the unpredictable ways of Mother Nature, Late January to late March is typically harvest season for wine grapes in Australia. But that's not to say there isn't plenty of activity all year round. Get all the latest News, Events, Specials, for wineries in Tasmania. The Australian Good Food & Travel Guide is Australia's premier on-line guide for Tasmania wine news. We can send you all the latest specials and events in your local area, making sure you never miss out on a single thing!
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the winery descriptions and information contained on this website. Notwithstanding, circumstances in Tasmania may change and AGFG, whilst making every effort to keep the information on this site as accurate as possible, assumes no responsibility for errors, changes, omissions, inconveniences or incurred loss as a result of any inaccuracy. See our disclaimer
We hope our overview of wineries in Tasmania has been of assistance.
1Rowella Wineries TAS
Surrounded by flourishing landscapes in a charming Tamar Valley destination sits Holm Oak Vineyards, a lively producer of crisp, cool climate wines in Australia’s mo...
Double The Trouble
12 Sep to 12 Oct
2Relbia Wineries TAS
A short drive from Launceston airport, winding through the picturesque countryside of Relbia, resides the renowned, Josef Chromy Tasmania Winery, proudly perched a...
16 to 19 Nov
3Rosevears Wineries TAS
4Kayena Wineries TAS
5Pipers Brook Wineries TAS
6Launceston Wineries TAS
7Barrington Wineries TAS
8Launceston Wineries TAS
9Pipers River Wineries TAS
10Launceston Wineries TAS
11Bicheno Wineries TAS
Established 1980, a family owned 15 hectare vineyard and winery is recognised for its award winning wines.
12Legana Wineries TAS
13Lilydale Wineries TAS
Producing world-class cool climate wines in the township of Lilydale is Clover Hill Vineyard, located only a short drive from Launceston. Situated in Tasmania’s P...
14Launceston Wineries TAS
Owned by the Hill Smith family, Dalrymple Vineyard in the Pipers River region of Tasmania is arguably home some of Australia’s finest drops. A boutique winery of ...
15Granton Wineries TAS
16Rowella Wineries TAS
17Beaconsfield Wineries TAS
For anyone touring the Tamar Valley wine route or with a taste for cool climate wines, a visit to Loira Vines’ cellar door in Beaconsfield is a must. Inside Tamar Val...
18Deviot Wineries TAS
Overlooking the Tamar River goes down seldom sweeter than a glass of fine wine, so why not journey to Marion’s Vineyard where you can have both? Located in the heart o...
19Swansea Wineries TAS
20Berriedale Wineries TAS
Established in the 1960's and overlooking the Derwent River, Moorilla Estate is an award winning winery only fifteen minutes from Hobart.
21Lalla Wineries TAS
22Cambridge Wineries TAS
23Rosevears Wineries TAS
Perched high above the Tamar River at Rosevears, Rosevears Vineyard is a cellar door located 15 minutes north of Launceston in Tasmania.
24Relbia Wineries TAS
25Pipers Brook Wineries TAS
26Hobart City Wineries TAS
27Lalla Wineries TAS
Located in a spectacular natural amphitheatre at the foothills of Mt Arthur, Leaning Church is simply stunning. Our award-winning wines are matched to fresh Tasma...
Nestled into the sweeping landscapes of the Margaret River wine region sits ...
Surrounded by flourishing landscapes in a charming Tamar Valley destinat...
Just a short journey from the Adelaide CBD, the stunning family owned Howar...
Established in 1998, Crooked River Wines is a destination unto itself,...
Wineries Wagga Wagga
Soak up the splendour of the Riverina and enjoy a little wining and dinin...
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