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All You Need to Know About the Tasmania Wine Region

Explore the Tasmanian wine region from its early beginnings to the players that define it today. Learn about the grape varieties, climate, soils and wine styles that make it tick.

Tasmania’s Wine History

Tasmania likely had the first vines committed to Australian soil, when William Bligh optimistically planted some cuttings along with fruit trees when the Bounty dropped anchor off Bruny Island in 1788.

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Geography, Soils & Climate

Tasmania is a region that is both easy and hard to generalise about. Legally, there it is one GI. Its border are the state borders, even though large portions of the island are allotted to national park and the like. It’s a blanket GI and one that desperately needs subregions.

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Grape Varieties & Wine Styles

Tasmania’s wine industry may have been founded on Bordeaux varieties, but it has been the grapes of Burgundy that have emerged triumphant, and by quite a margin.

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Top Wine Producers and Cellar Doors

Our list of the best cellar doors to visit, and the wine producers you need to know, from established icons to those cutting new paths.

The Iconic Wineries

These are benchmark wineries that have helped to shape the region, and they stand as reference points today.

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The New Wave Wineries

The makers that are paving a new way, taking inspiration from the past and shaping a new future.

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Cellar Doors

There’s no better way to engage with makers than to visit them onsite, and these are some of the best wine experiences in the region.

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When You’re There

Travelling to a wine region isn’t always just about the wine. Discover our lists of the best places to eat – both casual and refined – our top accommodation recommendations – from budget to luxury – and our go-to lists of local attractions – from shopping to outdoor adventures.

Shopping & Other Attractions in Tasmania

From shopping for regional specialties to organising an outdoor adventure, these are some of the region’s top attractions.

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Accommodation in Tasmania

Whether splashing out or sticking to a budget, these are some of the best places to stay in Tasmania.

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Eating Out – Tasmania's best restaurants and cafes

Whether it’s a lunch at the pub or dinner in a celebrated restaurant, no visit to Tasmania is complete without exploring the dynamic food scene.

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