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Thursday 28 December 2023

Meet Tasmania's brand-new cellar door restaurant

Craigie Knowe is the oldest vineyard on Tasmania's East Coast - first planted with vines back in 1979.

It is also the location of Tasmania's newest vineyard restaurant, which opened just before the new year. 

Vigneron Glenn Travers reports that chef Anthony Fiori will be serving up Mediterranean-influenced cuisine to accompany Craigie Knowe's handcrafted wines.

Flora’s features Med-inspired dishes using local Tasmanian produce.

The menu will showcase lamb raised on the historic estate and some vegetables grown on the property.

The food line-up will be finalised shortly. But for the opening think starters like antipasti platters, saffron arancini balls, a trio of dips with bread, or fresh local oysters.

Mains will include orange and brandy-braised duck leg, lamb and coconut curry, and blue eye trevalla on a carrot puree.

See for full details.

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