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Saturday 23 December 2023

A weekend Tassie date for lovers of cool-climate wines

Anyone who loves cool-climate wine and has been planning to visit Tasmania should put the weekend of March 1-3, 2024, into their diaries. 

Some of the best wine producers in southern Tasmania will open their doors for the 2024 Southern Open Vineyards Weekend.

This annual celebration encourages wine enthusiasts to explore the offerings of over 35 vineyards sprawled across southern Tasmania.

The Southern Open Vineyards Weekend includes the Derwent Valley, Coal River Valley, the Huon Valley/D’Entrecasteaux Channel, and the south-east region, including Hobart and surrounds.

The weekend highlights tastings, vineyard tours and visits to facilities that are sometimes not open to the public at other times of the year. Think producers like Stargazer, Sailor Seeks Horse or Trial Bay Estate, or the swish new Bream Creek facility at Marion Bay. 

Several of the venues will offer live entertainment ad food pairings to match with wines.

"This event represents a unique opportunity to connect with our local talkent growing and making wine, as well as celebrating and discovering amazing Tasmanian wines," says event manager Greer Carland, who grew up on the Laurel Bank vineyard and now makes her own wines under the Quiet Mutiny label.    

Stay tuned for the forthcoming release of event details, where the complete line-up of participating vineyards, activities, and special events will be revealed.

For further information and updates, you can visit the Southern Open Vineyards Weekend Website.

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