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Visit Your Local Cellar Door...

Together with many other businesses and individuals impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19), Tasmania’s small wine producers are facing challenging times, given restaurant and bar closures, reduced tourist visitation and with many cellar doors having to close. If you’d like to support one of your local wine producers during these difficult times and can do so safely, you can visit cellar doors listed below that remain open. But, as we know, things are changing very quickly, so we suggest that you phone ahead first just to check that it's still OK to visit. 

And don't forget that you can also:     

Below is a list of the wonderful Tasmanian cellars doors that are open for takeaway bottle sales.  Please note that these cellar doors are operating within the Federal Government guidelines including appropriate social distancing measures and increased hygiene practices.

The Tasmanian wine grape harvest for 2020 has recently started, and it’s a great time to see all of the buzz and activity in the vineyard, with grapes being picked as they ripen and carried gently into wineries to be crafted into bottles of outstanding Tasmanian wine for another year. If you can safely do so, it is an excellent time to visit and catch some of the 2020 vintage excitement.

We extend our best wishes and love to everyone in these tough and uncertain times. Support each other, stay safe and drink great wine!


Tamar Valley Wine Trail

Brook Eden Vineyard

Delamere Vineyard

Goaty Hill Vineyard

Grey Sands Vineyard

Josef Chromy Wines

Marion's Vineyard

Moores Hill Estate

Sharmans Wines

Sinapius Vineyard

Swinging Gate Vineyard


Southern Wine Trail

Craigow Vineyard

Derwent Estate Vineyard

Glaetzer Dixon Family Winemakers

Nocton Wine

Pooley Wines

Stefano Lubiana Wines


East Coast Wine Trail

Freycinet Vineyards

Gala Estate Vineyard

Iron House Vineyard at White Sands Estate

Priory Ridge Wines

Spring Vale Vineyards


Cradle Coast Wine Trail

Bell & Gong

Ghost Rock Vineyard