These tours are currently not available due to vineyard operational changes relating to COVID-19 restrictions
Taste of Tamar and Sparkling Pipers Wine Tours
Tasmania Wine Tour – First class wining and dining on the Tamar Valley Wine tour route
The Experience – Tamar Valley & the Sparkling Pipers Wine Regions
A Tasmania wine tour to enjoy an intimate day in the heart of the Tamar Valley with Bushie, Ben or Janine on a Tamar Valley or Sparkling Pipers wine tour. With an impressive 234 vineyards across the state, Tasmania’s reputation for fine wine is growing with grapes producing the highest value per tonne in Australia. Visit up to five Tamar Valley vineyard cellar doors offering an outstanding range of Tasmanian cool climate wines and meet the people passionate about the wines they produce along with a wonderful lunch. See the three tour options below:
Taste of Tamar Tour
Visit up to five vineyard cellar doors with lunch at the Timbre Kitchen Vineyard Restaurant:
*Jansz Tasmania – A rustic and beautiful old timber winery where Jansz began is now a stunning state-of-the-art cellar door and interpretation centre set beside a lake amidst vines and wandering geese. Jansz is long acclaimed as one of Australia’s best sparkling wines.
*Delamere Vineyard – A delightfully rustic cellar door and one of Tasmania’s longest running family-operated wine estates, focused on producing distinguished sparkling and still wines from the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay varieties.
*Moores Hill – Settle in at the cellar door and enjoy the vineyard and valley views from the verandah. There is also the opportunity to sample some exceptional Whiskies distilled right here in Tasmania
*Rosevears Estate – This cellar door is now home to Kayena and White Hills vineyard wines. The Tamar Ridge range of wines from Kayena offers a comprehensive range or wines for tasting and are known for its trophy-winning Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir.
*Restaurant Lunch – Timbre Kitchen is an exciting new restaurant at Legana’s Velo Vineyard on the Tamar Valley Wine Tour route.
*Velo Vineyard – Velo is a small family-operated vineyard and winery and owner Micheal Wilson is an ex-Tour de France cyclist. Velo Wines has enjoyed success with an award-winning range of vibrant fine wines: Vintage Sparkling, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cabernet/Merlot and Shiraz.
Taste of Tamar Relbia – An alternative to our Taste of Tamar tour includes Clover Hill Vineyard, Jansz Tasmania and Delamere Vineyard in the Pipers River wine region. We continue to Tamar Valley’s Relbia wine region with wine tasting at Sharman’s Vineyard and lunch and wine tasting at the Josef Chromy Vineyard Restaurant & Cellar DoorDownload Brochure
Sparkling Pipers Wine Tour
Wine tour Tasmania – The Pipers River region in north east Tasmania is the premier wine-producing country in Tasmania, but wine isn’t all that the region has to offer. The diverse landscapes compliment visits to the vineyard cellar doors, perfect for a day out.
* Clover Hill – Clover Hill is one of Australia’s very few premium sparkling houses solely producing sparkling wines in the traditional method. With the intention to produce a refined sparkling wine to rival that of great Champagne houses,
* Jansz Tasmania – Jansz Tasmania Wine Room offers visitors the opportunity to find out why Tasmanian sparkling is among the best in the world while being guided through a tasting of the Jansz Tasmania range
* Delamere Vineyard – Nestled amongst the cool maritime slopes of Pipers River, Delamere’s Shane & Fran’s philosophy is to produce wines that reflect the climate, ancient soils and unique location. As one of Tasmania’s longest running family operated wine estates, they focus on producing distinguished sparkling and still wines from the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay varieties.
*Pipers Brook Vineyard – Take in the magnificent ocean views as you drive through the vines to arrive at the architecturally acclaimed winery building to enjoy tasting of an award-winning rage.
*Lunch – Nadine’s Cafe at Pipers Brook Vineyard
Finish the day with another vineyard or sightseeing
Produce Review November 2020