Wine lovers visiting Tasmania have a new guide to help them navigate their way around the island and its cellar doors over the coming year.
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The eighth recipient of the $10,000 Dr Don Martin Sustainable Viticulture Award, presented by the Alcorso Foundation, has been announced as Cynthea Semmens of Marions Vineyard & Beautiful Isle Wines.
The Tasmanian wine sector has welcomed support from the Tasmanian Government for priority market development and wine tourism activities.
The Bridport Bunker Club and Mures Upper Deck have been announced as winners in the 2018 Tasmanian Wine List of the Year competition.
Wine Tasmania has provided a submission to the Issues Paper - Review of the Fire Service Act 1979
The 2018 finalists in the Tasmanian Wine List of the Year Award have been announced and voting is now open!
Wine Tasmania has issued an invitation for Australian wine trade to be part of a two day visit to Tasmania in July 2018.
A new report has found the Tasmanian wine sector conservatively contributes more than $115M annually to the Tasmanian economy, placing it in the state’s top ten sectors.
Wine Tasmania has provided its 2018/19 Budget submission to the Tasmanian Government.
At the 2016/17 Wine Tasmania Annual General Meeting on 9 November, Chair Scott Dawkins presented his report for the year.