The AWRI is visiting Tasmania showcasing how current winemaking practices can influence final wine style. Fifteen different wines have been made from the same batch of Chardonnay grapes using a range of different harvest dates and winemaking techniques.
During the Open Vineyards Weekend, vineyards in the south and east open their doors to the public for tastings and sales.
Join fellow Wine Tasmania producer members for a benchmark tasting, where we compare ourselves to the world! Click on the heading above for details.
‘A Taste of the Huon’, now in its 27th year, is a two-day celebration of fine food, wine, entertainment, arts and crafts from the Huon Valley and Channel region – held at Ranelagh which is only 30 minutes scenic drive south of Hobart. Click on the heading above for further information.
On Sunday 8 March 2020 visit King George V Park at Sheffield, Tassie's "Town of Murals", between 11am and 4pm for fabulous wine and food. Click on the heading above for more information.
Come along to Delamere Vineyards on Sunday 8 March when Directions Theatre Company perform one of William Shakespeare’s great theatrical works; ‘As You Like It.’ Click on the heading above for further details and links to book your tickets.
ECHO is a celebration of harvest through history - a festival of the senses. To be held at the picturesque Gala Mill by the Swan River, in Cranbrook, Tasmania on 3 - 5 April 2020. Click on the heading above for further details.
The Tamar Valley wine region is to be celebrated in a new event, Vintage: Tamar 2020, organised by the Tamar Valley Wine Route. Click on the heading above for details of the inaugural event.
Celebrate the dark through large scale public art, food, wine, music, light and noise from 10 June to 22 June 2020. Click on the heading above for more information.
A four-day celebration of all things jazz, wining and dining in Devonport from 23 July to 26 July 2020. Click on the heading above for more information.