Stone and Wood

Just before you arrive in Richmond on the drive East from Hobart, you will find the Pooley cellar door and if you like Pinot Noir it is worth a visit. Multiple tasting options are available for different prices (refundable as usual on purchases) and the cellar door staff were more than willing to tailor the…

D is for… Devil’s Corner

Drive for about 2 hours from either Hobart or Launceston and you will find a few cellar doors in what otherwise seems like the middle of nowhere. Devil’s corner is one of the more popular destinations. What we liked: The first thing to impress us about this winery was the view. Many Tasmanian wineries we…

C is for… Coal Valley

Another winery with a remarkable view from the restaurant is Coal Valley Vineyard between Cambridge and Richmond, a short drive from Hobart, Tasmania. A relatively small wine list, consisting of Riesling, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir (other varieties such as Temperanillo have been planted but we didn’t see any in bottles as yet) priced…

B is for… Bangor

Travel down the Tasman Peninsula on the Port Arthur Highway and you will find the Bangor Wine Shed. As with so many wineries in this part of Tasmania, the view from the dining room (also doubles as the cellar door) are quite amazing. What we liked: Although this is quite a small operation, the dining…