Tasmanian Cellar Doors

Apogee Tasmania

By Appointment Only

1083 Golconda Road, Lebrina Tasmania 7254, Australia

“Pioneering Tasmanian winemaker Andrew Pirie crafts some of Australia’s finest cool climate artisan traditional method sparkling wines, complemented by both APOGEE Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir crafted from vines nurtured on the north-facing single vineyard site, the perfect terroir for the prestige APOGEE portfolio. Bespoke intimate tastings are offered at APOGEE’s 1860’s original farm cottage or under the old oak tree. Where memories are made…” – Apogee Tasmania

Bream Creek Vineyard

321 Marion Bay Road, Bream Creek TAS 7175, Australia

“With expansive views over our vineyard at Bream Creek, as well as to Maria Island and Marion Bay, our cellar door is a ‘must visit’ when touring the Peninsula. Focusing on our range of award winning wines, our cellar door offers two different tasting flights (a self-guided tasting as well as a guided premium tasting) as well as the opportunity to purchase back vintage and cellar door only wines. Feeling peckish? We also offer locally sourced platters as well as Tassie Gold oysters. Bookings recommended to avoid disappointment.” – Bream Creek Vineyard

Clover Hill Wines

60 Clover Hill Road, Lebrina TAS 7254, Australia

"Clover Hill was established in 1986 for the sole purpose of producing world-class sparkling wine. The 66-hectare, Pipers River site was selected for its rich soils, natural sloping amphitheatre and maritime climate. The vineyard is planted to the traditional varieties of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, producing its inaugural vintage in 1991. Clover Hill’s reputation for uncompromising quality, elegance and finesse has been recognised with numerous accolades, including induction into the Australian Sparkling Hall of Honour, Winestate’s Australasian Sparkling Wine of the Year and Tasmanian Vineyard of the Year, twice. Clover Hill was humbled when its Vintage Brut was proudly served during Princess Mary and Prince Frederick’s wedding celebration. Then selected and served to Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh during their 2011 Australian visit. Clover Hill is acknowledged as one of Australia’s finest methode traditionnelle sparkling producers." – Clover Hill Wines

Craigie Knowe Vineyard

80 Glen Gala Road, Cranbrook Tasmania 7190, Australia

"The oldest vineyard on the East Coast of Tasmania. Specialising in cool climate Bordeaux style Cabernet Sauvignon along with Pinot Noir, Riesling, Rose, Pinot Gris and sparkling Rose. Free tastings, vineyard platters & cheese boards. Wine and chocolate matching. Plenty of space inside and outside. We also have a ‘French’ style patisserie, with items such as salted caramel eclairs, raspberry cheesecakes ,black forrest cakes and brownies. Open everyday the cellar door is open." – Craigie Knowe Vineyard

Dalrymple Vineyards

By Appointment Only

1337 Pipers Brook Road, Pipers Brook TAS 7254, Australia

“Amidst the raging southern seas, sits the island of Tasmania, rugged yet bountiful. Tasmania’s juxtaposition with the rest of the world is the thing that makes it so valuable and precious. Its pristine valleys and forests, rivers and streams generate fine produce that tastes so clean and fresh they awaken your senses – then there’s the wine, born from deep minerally soils, subtle, decadent, elusive, refined – anything but ordinary. Pipers River in the Tamar Valley is where the good stuff grows. Imagine - bald, windswept hills, ancient gum trees leaning at angles, roaring northwest gales with sideways rain, fluttering wildflowers, and wheeling eagles. This is wild country. A place of vivid greens, basalt browns, daffodil yellow and cornflower blues. A place where we co-exist with nature and the land. Taste the revered wines of award-winning vigneron and winemaker Peter Caldwell inside the quaint Dalrymple Vineyards tasting room and learn more about the stories behind Dalrymple’s single site vineyards.” – Dalrymple Vineyards

Delamere Vineyards

4238 Bridport Road, Pipers Brook TAS 7254, Australia

“Grown, vinified and bottled on our Pipers River estate. Delamere reflects our geography, passion and determination to produce world class wines. Come and experience for yourself one of Tasmania’s finest Sparkling, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay producers. While you’re here, enjoy our ‘pick your own picnic’, with a brilliant range of local cheeses, meats and delicacies serving as the perfect accompaniment to our wine tastings.” – Delamere Vineyards

Devil’s Corner

1 Sherbourne Road, Apslawn TAS 7190, Australia

“Devil's Corner Cellar Door welcomes you to our East Coast home for immersive wine experiences, guided tastings and takeaway wine sales, food from our onsite partners Tombolo Freycinet and Fishers of Freycinet, and of course, iconic vineyard and mountain views. As always, walk-ins are welcome. But if you fancy a little extra knowledge with your Pinot, our Premium Guided Tastings are available to be booked from 10am. When the weather permits, BYO a picnic rug and come make a day of it as you enjoy a glass of cool-climate Chardonnay or sparkling on the lawns.” – Devil’s Corner

Domaine A

105 Tea Tree Rd, Campania TAS 7026, Australia

"Originally planted in 1973 by George and Priscilla Park, Stoney Vineyard—the home of Domaine A—is the oldest vineyard in the Coal River Valley. In the late eighties, it caught the eye of Peter and Ruth Althaus—Swiss expats looking for a cool-climate answer to the great estates of France and Germany—and Domaine A was born. Like the wines the site produces, the cellar door is elegant and bold—the perfect place to settle in over a bottle or a tasting (and perhaps some charcuterie) and soak up the sweeping views of the valley.” – Domaine A

Grey Sands

By Appointment Only

6 Kerrisons Road, Glengarry Tasmania 7275, Australia

"Grey Sands makes six different red wines – only one of which is pinot noir! Plus four white wines and a rosé. Come for a tasting in our garden or glass room depending on the weather. All vines are hand pruned and tended. All our fruit is hand-picked and our vineyard is totally unirrigated… We’re aiming for maximum concentration." – Grey Sands

Jansz Tasmania

W6MG+W9 Pipers Brook TAS, Australia

“Tasmania is unquestionably the nation’s premier sparkling wine region. The island’s pristine environment, cool climate and rich soils combine to create ideal growing conditions for naturally elegant, intensely flavoured and aromatic wines. Pipers River is the birthplace of Méthode Tasmanoise, where the Hill-Smith Family’s love affair with Tasmania began, and home to the Jansz Wine Room & Vineyard. This charming little part of the Tamar Valley is tucked away in the northeast corner of the island and colloquially known as ‘Sparkling Tasmania’. Location is integral to growing outstanding fruit and only Tasmania can boast such idyllic conditions. Put simply, it is the perfect place to craft premium sparkling wines. By allowing nature to do the work, our wines are naturally expressive of our Tasmanian home and its pure, pristine environment. The Jansz Tasmania Wine Room offers guests the opportunity to find out why Tasmanian sparkling is amongst the finest in the world.” – Jansz Tasmania

Mewstone Wines

11 Flowerpot Jetty Road, Flowerpot Tasmania 7163, Australia

"Mewstone Wines is located 35 minutes south of Hobart on the stunning D’Entrecasteaux Channel. We are a winery/cellar door. The Tasting Room is open 11:00 am – 4:00 pm, Friday – Sunday. Flights are $25 each and include tastes of eight pre-selected wines. All booked tastings will be seated and your group will be hosted by one of our friendly cellar door staff." – Mewstone Wines

Moorilla Estate

655 Main Road, Berriedale TAS 7011, Australia

"One of Tasmania’s oldest wineries (the first vines went in 1958), Moorilla is now home to the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona), having been bought out of receivership by gambler David Walsh in 1995. As well as the vineyard and a massive museum, the site is home to a very fancy winery where winemaker Conor van der Reest and his team produce the Praxis, Muse and Cloth Label ranges. The Moorilla cellar door is a glassy, airy space offering tours, tastings and relaxed environs in which to sip a glass of Moorilla (or Domaine A) plonk. There’s also a table full of salt, and one made of plants. Ask to see that one. Moorilla Estate is located at the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona).” – Moorilla Estate

Pipers Brook Vineyard

1216 Pipers Brook Road, Pipers Brook TAS 7254, Australia

“Established in 1974 and nestled in the heart of Tasmanian wine country, Pipers Brook Vineyard in the beautiful Tamar Valley is one of the pioneering vineyards of the Tasmanian wine industry. We remain proudly Tasmanian owned by the de Moor family, combining the European heritage of the Kreglinger name with our Tasmanian story, deeply rooted in beautiful Pipers River. Today we continue to honour the rich history of Pipers Brook Vineyard crafting a range of elegant cool climate wine including Pipers Brook Estate, Kreglinger Sparkling, Pipers Tasmania and Ninth Island. Tastings are available at the onsite café, Nadines at Pipers, alongside a casual menu of fresh Tasmanian produce and wine available by the glass, bottle and for takeaway. Please note, Nadines at Pipers is a separate business offering tastings and sales on our behalf.” – Pipers Brook Vineyard

Pooley Wines

1431 Richmond Road, Richmond TAS 7025, Australia

“Pooley Wines is located on the outskirts of the historic Richmond township in the heart of the Coal River Valley. Established in 1985 by Margaret and Denis Pooley on the sandy banks of the Coal River Valley with the original plantings of 17 rows of vines. Now a three-generation wine family, the business has grown to a total of 24 hectares under vine, across two distinctive sites. Pooley Wines was recognised as a leading producer of cool climate wines and the first Tasmanian vineyard to be recognised as Halliday’s ‘Winery of the Year’ in 2023. Pooley Wines offers in-depth structured tastings, local cheeses, and charcuterie boards daily, as well as artisan wood-fired pizzas on weekends. Pooley Wines also offers fine dining across the road at the lovingly restored Prospect House.” – Pooley Wines

Pressing Matters

711 Middle Tea Tree Rd, Tea Tree TAS 7017, Australia

“Our vineyard is a short six minute drive from Richmond. We are open for tastings and small plates from 11am – 4pm, Tuesday to Sunday. Bookings are available via our homepage, but we welcome walk-ins where possible.” – Pressing Matters

Small Wonder

530 Auburn Rd, Kayena TAS 7270, Australia

"Our cosy cellar door and vineyard are nestled within native bushland on the Western Ridge of the picturesque Tamar Valley. Since becoming caretakers of this remarkable place in 2020, we have been working to restore biodiversity across the property and have successfully converted our 20 hectares of mature vineyard to be ACO certified organic. Benefiting from a classic cool climate area, our wines are a reflection of our vineyard; a diverse clonal selection from individual sites, which provide a unique varietal expression each harvest. Predominantly Pinot Noir and Chardonnay with smaller plantings of Riesling, Pinot Gris and Sauvignon Blanc, the resulting wines have fresh acidity, elegance and restraint. Join us for a tasting experience and gourmet platter of fresh, local produce while enjoying the stunning views from our cellar door.” – Small Wonder

Spring Vale

130 Springvale Rd, Cranbrook TAS, Australia

“Spring Vale Vineyard’s small and intimate Cellar Door is actually an old stable, which was built by convict labour in 1842 and is now heritage listed. The stable has been preserved (with minor restorations necessary) and is now a unique cellar door building with a very historic feel. In the same room, a modern bar and impressive Myrtle shelving have been installed, to offer a great mixture of old and new. Come and visit us at Spring Vale for your own personal tasting and experience our history and heritage for yourself.” – Spring Vale

Stefano Lubiana Wines and Osteria Vista

60 Rowbottoms Road, Granton TAS 7030, Australia

“We are Tasmania's first certified biodynamic winery and vineyard. We are focused on creating terroir expressive wines of high quality. Enjoy a wine tasting experience in our Tuscan inspired cellar door, osteria and distillery.” – Stefano Lubiana Wines and Osteria Vista

Stoney Rise

96 Hendersons Lane, Gravelly Beach TAS 7276, Australia

"Perched high on the hill overlooking kanamaluka (River Tamar), Stoney Rise isn’t your cookie-cutter cellar door. Offering tastings of the Stoney Rise and Holyman wines, alongside an awesome drinks list featuring Australian and imported wines, beer, and one of the best ranges of non-alcoholic beverages. A serious snack menu is also on offer. Classic 80’s house made French Onion dip, LP’s Saucisson Sec, Wagyu Bresaola, a killer three cheese and onion jam sourdough toastie, tinned sardines and a couple of good cheeses." – Stoney Rise

Tamar Ridge

1a Waldhorn Drive, Rosevears TAS 7277, Australia

“At our home on the ridge we've stirred a collection of makers, creators, innovators and producers - forever inspired by the soil and climate of Tasmania, and always following our noses. From wine to food and all things spirited in between, follow yours and you too will find us - in the heart of the Tamar Valley and on the banks of the Tamar River, just 20 minutes north of Launceston. We offer 3 unique tasting experiences at our cellar door, with the option to add on a shared cheese plate for two, sit back and soak up the views with a glass of Pinot Noir in hand.” – Tamar Ridge

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