A Food Lovers' Guide to Tasmania
A Food Lovers Guide to Tasmania is a guide to restaurants, cafes, food shops, coffee, bread and Tasmanian produce that was first published in 1988 in book form.
Tasmania is a verdant, green island off the southern coast of Australia. The cool climate and fertile soils allow some of the best produce you will find anywhere to be harvested.
A Food Lovers' Guide to Tasmania was first published authors Sue Dyson and Roger McShane to alert people to the wonderful produce available in this island state. It was published in book form until 2000 and has been published in electronic form on foodtourist.com since 1996. It has also been the subject of a weekly ABC radio program since 1989 where Sue and Roger are interviewed by Chris Wisbey about produce, restaurants, wine and recipes using Tasmanian products.
There are some excellent restaurants delivering the potential of the produce in Tasmania. Others are not so produce-driven. So don't travel around Tasmania expecting every restaurant to deliver beautifully cooked local produce - just like everywhere else in the world you have to know where to eat. Many places will disappoint!
This electronic guide to Tasmania is the result of Sue and Roger visiting every corner of the state for the past 25 years seeking out the best restaurants, food shops and wines. All restaurant visits and produce that we review are fully paid for by us.
You will see some places with 1, 2 or 3 'hearts' that look like this: ♥
These places are the ones that Sue and Roger like going to the most. They are not meant to convey any other meaning such as being temples of high gastronomy. Sometimes they give a restaurant high marks for technical excellence in the kitchen and on the floor but no hearts.
Tasmania's leading restaurants
We have chosen the restaurants that provide interesting and exciting dining experiences and that make good use of the wonderful produce that is available in Tasmania.
Garagistes is now firmly established as the most exciting restaurant in Tasmania. It is where everyone wants to experience when they visit Tasmania. And rightly so. The food reflects the changing seasons of Tasmania. It is sourced from the very best producers. The wine list holds tightly to their deeply-held philosophy of serving only orgnic or biodynamic wines that are made naturally by vignerons who grow the grapes and make the wines themselves. It is arguably the most extensive and exciting list of natural wines in Australia.
Garagistes is now taking reservations so make sure you book to ensure a seat as they are always very busy.
Read a full review here Garagistes
103 Murray St, Hobart. Tel +61 3 6231 0558
Lebrina Restaurant ♥♥♥
Lebrina Restaurant is where Scott Minervini weaves his magic. This is Hobart's best venue for a special night out. The cottage is divided into a number of small rooms, the service is very professional and unobtrusive and the food is cooked in the classical tradition but with the lightest of touches.
Read a full review here Lebrina Restaurant
155 New Town Rd, New Town. Tel +61 3 6228 7775
Stillwater Restaurant ♥♥
Stillwater Restaurant is housed in an old mill clinging to the banks of the Tamar River. The service here is totally professional and serene. The wine list showcases Tasmania's best names and many from elsewhere. The food is always interesting with local produce at the forefront.
Read a full review here Stillwater
2 Bridge Road, Launceston. Tel +61 3 6331 4153
Me Wah (Hobart) ♥
The sumptuous décor here is only outdone by the opulence of the wine list. It is one of the few places in Tasmania where you can call a Romanée Conti, for example. If you want to stick closer to home then you can sample a vertical of Grange Hermitage if you prefer. The dumplings here are exemplary so order lots of them. The XO sauce is made on the premises and is sensational. The dish of hand-made noodles tossed in abalone jus is worth a journey.
Read a full review here Me Wah
16 Magnet Court, Sandy Bay. Tel +61 3
Ethos Eat Drink
Ethos Eat Drink has morphed from a tapas-style drop-in place to a more formal dining restaurant. They now have a fixed price menu each evening offering either 6 or 8 courses. They have access to some very good produce and the food is innovative and interesting. The service here is always very, very good.
Read a full review here Ethos Eat Drink
100 Elizabeth St, Hobart. Tel +61 3 6231 1165
Smolt is all things to all people. You can drop in for a take away coffee at any time of day. You can breakfast here before visiting the Salamanca Market on a Saturday morning or you can dine on a three course meal at night while others sit outside enjoying a pizza.
Read a full review here Smolt
2 Salamanca Square, Hobart. Tel +61 3 6224 2554
The Source is the premium restaurant at the MONA complex. The food is edgy and creative but doesn't always hit the mark. The wine list is interesting but tends towards 'big' names, however we can always find a perfect candidate for the food such as the natural Thomas Pico from Chablis.
Read a full review here The Source
655 Main Rd, Berriedale. Tel +61 3 6277 9900
Black Cow bistro
Black Cow provides a very pleasant dining experience in the heart of Launceston. They have a selection of the best beef in Tasmania including the wonderful Robbins Island grass-fed Wagyu.
Read a full review here: Black Cow
cnr Paterson and George Sts, Launceston. Tel. +61 3 6331 9333
Remi de Provence
Remi de Provence is Tasmania's leading French restaurant. The food here is provincial French rather than haute cuisine - and that is a good thing. Remi Bancal is a master of regional French cuisine. His braised dishes are particularly good as are his aged steaks. The wine list features many of France's best wines.Read a full review here Remi de Provence
252 Macquarie St, Hobart. Tel +61 3 6223 3933
Recent closures and changes
For the benefit of visitors to the state who might be consulting guides that were printed some time ago we provide information about restaurant closures and restaurants where the ownership has changed hands.
Chado - The Way of Tea has closed (choke back tears!!!)
Piccolo in North Hobart is closed - it has now re-opened under the same ownership and is now called Berta.
The Stackings - the premium restaurant at the Peppermint Bay complex has closed, but chef David Moyle will be opening a new restaurant in the Mercury building in Hobart in 2014.
Wild Cafe Restaurant - one of Tasmania's best country restaurants has closed its doors and the owners have relocated to Devonport to a new restaurant called Mrs Jones. We will be posting a review of the new restaurant shortly.
Frogmore Creek Restaurant (formerly Meadowbank Restaurant) has a new chef. We shall try to get there as soon as possible and post a review.
Mud Bar and Restaurant has new onership and a new team so we will visit soon and post a review.
Cooking schools and Food Tours
The Agrarian Kitchen ♥♥♥
The Agrarian Kitchen is such a special place. Note that it is not a restaurant but a place where you can enrol for an agrarian experience. Everyone we talk to who has enrolled in a cooking class here has raved about the experience (including ourselves!).
Read a full review here The Agrarian Kitchen
650 Lachlan Rd, Lachlan. Tel +61 3 6261 1099
Gourmania Food Tours
Gourmania Food Tours are operated by Mary McNeill who has an extensive knowledge of food from the perspective of a chef and an inveterate food tourist.
Read a full review here Gourmania Food Tours
Other urban restaurants, cafes and informal places to eat
This group of cafes and restaurants include many of our favourites - the ones you will find us visiting once a week for an informal meal.
Tricycle Cafe and Bar ♥♥
Tricycle is one of our favourite food destinations at lunch time. The meals here are always perfectly composed and beautifully seasoned. The specials are always designed to match the mood of the day, so if it is a hot sultry day there might be a couple of light salads and a cold soup on special. In the depth of winter the style changes to beautiful hot soups and braised dishes.
Read a full review here Tricycle
77 Salamanca Place, Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6223 7228
Sweet Envy ♥♥♥
Alistair Wise and Teena Kearney modestly call their establishment a simple cake shop. However they produce a wide range of sweet things including ice creams based on either seasonal produce or whimsical flights of fancy. There are also beautiful savoury items such as the butter poached chicken sandwich and various pies and pasties, making it a perfect spot for a light lunch.
Read a full review here Sweet Envy
341 Elizabeth St, North Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6234 8805
Pigeon Hole ♥♥
Pigeon Hole is THE place where foodies naturally gravitate towards. Turn up on any morning and you will find local and interstate food tragics enjoying the sublime food and the great coffee. It is definitely worth a journey to sample the Taleggio eggs or one of the flavoursome panini that are always on the menu. Some of the new dishes by creative chef Tom are worth a journey such as the chicken parfait and the pickled tongue. They also sell Hobart's best bread here (from Pigeon Whole Bakers) as an added bonus.
Read a full review here Pigeon Hole
93 Goulburn St, West Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6236 9306
Written on Tea ♥
Written on Tea in the Hobart suburb of Sandy Bay is our restaurant of choice when we want an informal meal in Hobart. There are five or six dishes that we are addicted to and order every time we go here (which is often).
Read a full review here: Written on Tea
Shop 6, 236 Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay. Tel. +61 3 6223 3298
Crumb Street Kitchen ♥
Here is a place that has turned into a phenomenon overnight! The opening hours are erratic, the fit-out is just as erratic, you drink from paper cups, your food is served in pizza boxes, the cutlery is plastic and yet people queue up here to ensure that they are among the lucky ones who can order before the food runs out! Simply go here for fabulous smoked brisket and ribs slowly cooked for 18 hours and their pulled pork sandwiches. You won't find better in Tasmania.
Read a full review here: Crumb Street Kitchen
144 Harrington St, Hobart. Tel +61 3 6234 7002
Berta Coffee. Food. Wine.
Alex Jovanovic and Aisha Wilson have recently reinvented the space they formerly occupied as Piccolo in North Hobart as a daytime cafe and eatery called Berta. The menu now is simpler with breakfast and lunch dishes featured.
Read a full review here: Berta
323a Elizabeth St, North Hobart, Tel. +61 3 6234 4844.
Property of: Pilgrim
Property of Pilgrim is the dining space attached to the popular Pilgrim coffee venue. The food served here is innovative and prepared with skill and attention to detail. We look forward to seeing the development of the menu here.
Read a full review here: Property of: Pilgrim
52 Liverpool Street, Hobart, Tel. +61 3 6234 1999
The Standard ♥
The Standard is a new laneway venue serving very good hamburgers and fries in central Hobart run by the Pilgrim crew from next door.
The Standard, the Double Standard and the Chicken Burger are all delightful as are the fries. There is a great ambience here as you eat your burger sitting on milk crates.
Read a full review here: The Standard
Laneway near 52 Liverpool Street, Hobart, Tel. +61 3 6234 1999
Pierre's restaurant in the heart of Launceston has been an institution for decades. New owners have now remodelled the interior giving it a more contemporary feel and the menu is now inspired by the food of France. It is a reliable and relaxing venue for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Read a full review here: Pierre's
88 George St, Launceston. Tel. +61 3 6331 6835
Me Wah (Launceston) ♥
The Me Wah is a well-established part of the vibrant Launceston dining scene. The service is excellent, the wine list stellar and the food is very good especially the dumplings and noodle dishes.
Read a full review here: Me Wah (Launceston)
39-41 Invermay Road, Launceston. Tel. +61 3 6331 1308
Laneway Cafe ♥
Laneway is both a place to go for a light meal or for a cup of coffee and some very good cake or pastries. It is also a deli where you can buy some of the best produce from the local region.
Read a full review here: Laneway Cafe
2/38 Steele St, Devonport. Tel. +61 3 6424 4333
Fresh on Charles
Fresh on Charles is one of the most interesting and innovative cafes in Launceston. It always has great coffee, interesting vegetarian food and service that matches the vibe of the café. We love the breakfasts here.
Read a full review here: Fresh on Charles
178 Charles St, Launceston. Tel +61 3 6331 4299
Pasha's restaurant serves fresh, tasty, expertly-prepared Turkish food at reasonable prices. This is a great place for sharing food with friends.
Pasha has also opened another outlet in Kettering, south of Hobart.
Read a full review here: Pasha's
218 Elizabeth St, Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6234 6300
Smokey Joe's Creole Cafe
Smokey Joe's is a great place for experiencing the foods of the southern United States and Mexico with the occasional foray into Cuba and some Central American cuisines. The enthusiastic owner is always trying out new dishes and new ingredients. He loves smoking foods and is a dab hand at integrating chilli flavours into dishes. Try the Redemption Sauce with the Pork Shoulder!
Read a full review here: Smokey Joe's Creole Cafe
20 Lawrence St, Launceston. Tel. +61 3 6331 0530
Orizuru Sushi Bar
Orizuru Sushi Bar is housed in the Mures complex right on Hobart's waterfront. The sashimi is very fresh and the sushi is made with care.
Read a full review here: Orizuru Sushi Bar
Victoria Dock, Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6231 1790
Jackman and McRoss (various outlets)
Jackman and McRoss is a long running and very popular bakery and cafe run by Nerida and Justin McRoss.
Read a full review here: Jackman and McRoss
57 Hampden Road, Battery Point. Tel. +61 3 6223 3186
4 Victoria St, Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6231 0601
32 Cross St, New Town. Tel. +61 3 6228 4688
Choga is a small, informal Korean restaurant serving very good food in Sandy Bay. It is a regular haunt of ours.
Read a full review here: Choga
Shop 1/4 Russell Cres. Sandy Bay. Tel. +61 3 6224 4570
Sawak is a small cafe in Hobart serving pleasant Malaysian dishes with influences from the Sarawak area. We love the Bak Kut Teh which is a soup made from herbs and simmered pork bones with a deep flavour that reminds us of the Chinese herbal restaurants we used to haunt in Kuala Lumpur.
Read a full review here: Sawak
131a Collins St, Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6234 3622
Raincheck Lounge is a comfortable, inviting and accommodating café cum restaurant in North Hobart which serves some interesting food and the occasional unusual beverage. It is a cool place to hang out while you are waiting to go to a film at the State Theatre over the road or as a venue to catch up with friends over a drink or some tapas dishes.
392-394 Elizabeth St, North Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6234 5975
Read a full review here: Raincheck Lounge
Once you move outside the major centres of Hobart and Launceston, good restaurants are few and far between, especially with the sale of Angasi at Binalong Bay. However there are some gems outside the cities where you can get very good food.
Red Velvet Lounge ♥
The Red Velvet Lounge is a favourite country destination for us. Owner and chef Steve Cumper is involved in every detail and actively seeks out local producers from the fertile area around this small town. It is advisable to book as it is very popular.
Read a full review here Red Velvet Lounge
24 Mary St, Cygnet. Tel +61 3 6295 0466
Lotus Eaters ♥
The denizens of Cygnet are fortunate to have two places of such good quality to choose from. The Lotus Eaters features a changing menu chalked on a blackboard. The cooking here is deft and the resultant dishes delicious.
Read a full review here Lotus Eaters
10 Mary St, Cygnet. Tel +61 3 6295 1996
Ut Si Cafe ♥
Ut Si is a delightful cafe in Perth on the Midland Highway where we always stop for coffee or lunch on our travels within the state. Housed in a delightful converted church building the cafe is bright and airy and the food simple and delicious. The coffee is excellent.
Read a full review here Ut Si Cafe
86 Main Rd, Perth. Tel +61 3 6398 1125
Drift Cafe and Restaurant
Drift Cafe and Restaurant occupies a modern space right on the beach at Devonport's Bluff area. It offers a mix of formal and informal dining in the same space with cafeteria-style ordering mixed with table service. The food we have eaten there has been very good.
Read a full review here Drift Cafe and Restaurant
41 Bluff Rd, Devonport. Tel +61 3 6424 4695
Dunalley Fish Market ♥
The Dunalley Fish Market in Tasmania's south-east is a perfect place to stop on the way to or the way back from the Port Arthur historic site. They specialise in fresh, local fish sold directly to them by the people who catch them - something of a rarity in Tasmania unfortunately.
Read a full review here Dunalley Fish Market
11 Fulham Rd, Dunalley. Tel +61 3 6253 5428
Masaaki has a restaurant in Geeveston as well as a stall at the Farm Gate Market held in Hobart each Sunday morning. He makes very good sushi and uses superbly fresh fish for his sashimi.
Read a full review here: Masaaki
20b Church St, Geeveston. No phone.
Joseph CHromy Cellar Restaurant
This smart building houses this cellar door restaurant in the north of the state. The food is based on the standard approach of Tasmanian vineyard restaurants with vineyard platters front and centre.
Read a full review here: Joseph Chromy Cellar Restaurant
370 Relbia Road, Relbia. Tel. +61 3
Freycinet Marine Farm
Freycinet Marine Farm is a great place to learn about and taste some of the best oysters and mussels in Australia. The cafe here is very simple and the food is designed to highlight the quality of their products. But you can eat very well.
Read a full review here: Freycinet Marine Farm
1784 Coles Bay Rd, Coles Bay Tel. +61 3 6257 0140
The Apple Shed
The Apple Shed is a bar, a café and a museum dedicated to the history and future of apples in the Huon Valley and also to apple cider - a particular passion of the owners Andrew Smith and Sam Reid who produce the Willie Smith's Organic Cider range.
Read a full review here: Freycinet Marine Farm
2064 Huon Highway, Grove. Tel. +61 3 6266 4345
Palate at the Saffire
We have included Palate at the Saffire resort at Coles Bay even though you need to stay there to dine at the restaurant. We have done this because the food designed by Executive Chef Hugh Whitehouse is just so good.
Over the past twenty years there has been a gradual improvement in the quality of coffee in Tasmania. The places listed below are where we head if we want a reliable cup of coffee.
Tricycle Cafe and Bar
We often drop into Tricycle for a coffee not only because it is just a short walk from our office but also because they are very serious about their coffee. Their normal blend is excellent and when they have a single origin we always enjoy those as well.
Read a full review here: Tricycle
77 Salamanca Place, Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6223 7228
Yellow Bernard is a tiny but very serious coffee place in the centre of the Hobart CBD. They are one of the few places in Tasmania where you will find a cold filter machine. The owners are very passionate about their coffee and on the many visits that we have made here the coffee has always been of a very high standard.
Read a full review here: Yellow Bernard
Shop 1, 109 Collins St, Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6231 5207
Pilgrim Coffee has slowly emerged as one of Hobart's leading places to
head to for serious coffee. The proprietor, Will Priestley, is very
knowledgeable about all things to do with growing, processing and
preparing coffee and each staff member has learned to match his
We have been interested to follow the continued evolution here as the café has changed into a daytime dining venue and then the emergence out the back of the very popular hamburger bolthole called The Standard.
Read a full review here: Pilgrim Coffee
48 Argyle St, Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6234 1999
Zimmah Coffee is a complete coffee complex serving coffee to the public, roasting coffee, selling coffee equipment and conducting courses in how to make coffee. The coffee here is very good so it is worth seeking out their hideaway!
Read a full review here: Zimmah Coffee
219B Murray St, Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6235 5044
Pigeon Hole is as much a social scene as a café. You go there expecting that you will know many of the customers - and that is partly because the place is always crowded with regulars who return again and again for good coffee and Tom's perfectly-pitched food.
Read a full review here: Pigeon Hole
93 Goulburn Street, Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6236 9306
Laneway Cafe is tucked away in a lane that runs off Steele Street on the fringe of Devonport's CBD. Sometimes we walk into a café or bar and instantly feel an affection for the place. It is something about the way the staff carry themselves, maybe the warmth of the smile, maybe just the way the place is arranged or maybe the little touches that show they care. This was the reaction we had on walking in to Laneway without knowing a thing about it.
Read a full review here: Laneway Cafe
2/38 Steele St, Devonport. Tel. +61 3 6424 4333
Gioconda Coffee Roasters
Gioconda Coffee Roasters is a coffee roaster and a place to go to sit and read a magazine and sip a cup of well-made coffee or to get a takeaway. The beans are roasted on the premises (you can't miss the huge roaster in the window).
Read a full review here: Gioconda Coffee Roasters
Rooke Lane (near Steele St), Devonport. Tel. +61 467 406 303
More places we like for coffee
Read a full review here: Smolt
Read a full review here: Retro Cafe
Read a full review here: Ut Si
Read a full review here: Secret Buddha Cafe
Read a full review here: Inside Cafe
Read a full review here: Elizabeth St Food + Wine
Read a full review here: Villino Espresso
Read a full review here: Pop Cafe
Read a full review here: Doctor Coffee
Other cafes with good coffee
Others that we like are Bruce's in Wynyard, the Criterion St Cafe, Island Cafe in Elizabeth St, the Jackman and McRoss properties (Battery Point, New Town and Victoria St in Hobart), Deli Central and 33 Cups in Ulverstone and Croplines in Launceston.
We also like the coffee at Tombolo at Coles Bay (6 Garnet Avenue) but be aware that they (sensibly) close over winter.
Hobart and Launceston offer a number of bar experiences that are quirky, interesting and exciting. Here are our top picks.
Sidecar is a bar round the corner from mothership, Garagistes. This is a good place to go to simply enjoy a drink or for a longer stay to graze on some very good food. The wines are all natural (with many by the glass) and there is also a small selection of gin, whisky, grappa etc. The place is tiny but very cool! And the yellow meat slicer must be the coolest in the state!
129 Bathurst St, Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6231 1338
Lark Distillery and Café is a very popular venue on Hobart's waterfront, with locals who make Friday nights a regular gig here and with tourists who drop in to sample the fine Tasmanian whisky that they offer.
14 Davey St, Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6231 9088
IXL Long Bar
From the Long Bar in the Henry Jones Art Hotel you can almost touch the fishing boats bobbing at their moorings. If there is no space at the bar, grab one of the comfortable couches in the hotel foyer.
25 Hunter St, Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6210 7700
Grape Bar Bottleshop is a pleasant drinking venue in the heart of Hobart's tourist precinct Salamanca Place. There is a large range of local, interstate and overseas wines available and some well-cooked food to accompany it. They often have a J J Plum Riesling by the glass.
55 Salamanca Place, Hobart. Tel. +61 3 6224 0611
Dickens Ciderhouse is a small, pleasant bar in Launceston serving
their own Tasmanian cider and perry and a small selection of local
We quite like the Old English Cider and often drop in for a glass when we are in Launceston.
Note that they also have an outlet in Montpelier Retreat just off Salamanca Place in Hobart.
63 Brisbane St, Launceston. Tel +61 3 6334 8915
There are some interesting small markets popping up throughout Tasmania. The longest running and the most popular with tourists is the Saturday morning Salamanca Market. However an interesting new market has recently opened on the roof of the now famous MONA museum. Called MoMa it is held on Saturday afternoon from January until April. Here you will find stalls from star producers such as Miellerie Honey, Ashbolts with their iconic olive oil, Eatem Organic Farm with their organic farm produce and Ice IceCreamery with their excellent fruit-based ice creams. Varuni Kulasekera from Chado The Way of Tea is always there with her unsurpassed range of teas from China, Sri Lanka, Japan and India as well as her famous Wine Lovers Blend that we rely on to ameliorate the effects of drinking too much wine.
There is also the Farm Gate Market in Hobart each Sunday morning where food lovers gather to source fresh fruit and vegetables. Another market that is well-worth a visit is the Saturday morning Festival market in the Cimitiere St car park in Launceston which attracts a great range of the best producers from the north of the state. We like the fact that Elgaar cook some simple dishes here such as a wonderful Croque Monsieur made with slices of their cheese and some lovely ham.
There is also a farmers market (Cradle Coast Market) at Ulverstone once a month which is held on the riverside. There are some very good stalls here including the Preston Old Schoool House organic vegetable stall and Four Springs Produce with their heirloom tomatoes.
Tasmania is particularly lucky with the quality of the food shops throughout the state. Many feature local produce. Here are some of the best.
A few years ago Tasmania was a bread disaster area. However, now we have some very good choices available.
Tasmania is well-known for its cool-climate wines. The quality varies enormously, but the good ones are very good. Our strong preference is for wines made without the use of pesticides and herbicides and fungicides or any of the many additions in the winery such as commercial yeast and fining agents. Some of our favourites are listed below.
d'Meure wines ♥♥♥
d'Meure Wines at Birchs Bay in Tasmania's far south is one of the few producers of natural wines in the state. Dirk Meure understands the need to roduce quality fruit free of pesticides and herbicides if wine is to be produced naturally. He practices biodynamic viticulture. He is also willing to experiment and this year has produced possibly the first orange wine ever bottled commercially in the state.
Stefano Lubiana Wines ♥
Stefano Lubiana has converted his beautiful vineyard overlooking the middle reaches of the Derwent River to biodynamic viticulture and is gradually adopting natural winemaking techniques. He laready has some cuvees that are fermented naturally and we are looking forward to more.
Other organic or biodynamic vineyards
There are very few organic or biodynamic vineyards that are also making their wine naturally in Tasmania.
Some that are getting there are Bagdad Hills winery at Bagdad, Yaxley Estate at Copping, Three Wishes Vineyard in the Tamar Valley, Liffey Valley Vineyard at Liffey and Parallax Vineyard at Sorell.
The quality of produce is exceptional in Tasmania. Here are some of our current favourite producers.
The places below are where we go to source fine wines.