Tamar Valley, Tasmania

Tamar Ridge

The Devil's Corner Chardonnay

Clean, crisp and flavorful - a bit riper than Chablis but very much a cool climate Wine; this has green apple, green pear, acacia, flint and wet stone, and a bright bit of herbal greenery in the background. There is more body here than in Chablis with a hint of creaminess on the palate. Really enjoyable, a food-lover’s wine. Grilled lobster, steamed shrimp, fried chicken, the possibilities are endless. — 19 days ago

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Carter Cellars

The Grand Daddy Beckstoffer To Kalon Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

An amazing wine! Dining by on the Celebrity Solstice in the Murano Restaurant enjoying with chateaubriand as we are leaving Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, heading to Melbourne. — 3 years ago


Tamar Valley Chardonnay 2012

Very pale lemon in colour. Tasted after the Premier Cru Hubert Lamy and similar in many ways - the texture, the acid, the citrus the subdued oak influence, but not as much minerality or salinity. Made by Sue Bell at her Bellwether winery in Coonawarra from Chardonnay grapes from the Tamar River in Tasmania. A good wine in the leaner style - showing the quality of Tasmanian Chardonnay. Consistent notes 88 weeks later on 9th December 2020. Chablisesque. Grapefruit notes. Still bracing acidity. — 3 years ago

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Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2020

Smoky meat of a nose

Medium bodied with bright cranberry, pomegranate, spicy, with snappy jolly rancher acidity.
That smoked thing reminds me of Tasmania Pinots..
— 18 days ago

Tom, Sharon and 2 others liked this

Home Hill

Estate Tasmania Pinot Noir 2016

Dark and luminous. On the nose, this is a dead ringer for a big Gibbston Valley pinot. Red and black fruit, cherry, but the spice is the overriding trait. A very spicy cherry character with lovely silky mouthfeel. Broad but a little less structured and a bit shorter than a Valli or Gibbston Valley, but at $52, much better value. — 3 years ago

Racquel N
with Racquel

Moores Hill

Tamar Valley Pinot Gris 2018

Best Pinot Gris I’ve ever had. — 4 years ago

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Tamar Ridge

Sauvignon Blanc 2018

Jodi M

Fruity, crisp, not too easy. — 2 years ago

Moorilla Estate

Muse Series Extra Brut Rosé Méthode Traditionnelle Derwent Valley Chadonnay Pinot Noir 2013

Red raspberries on the nose, pretty dry with hints of lemon, a bit yeasty, very structured and enjoyable! — 3 years ago

Natasha Bray
with Natasha
Ryan liked this


Family Reserve Coal River Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2003

Very interesting nose, difficult to pick it is a cab merlot. Sour cherry and rich plum on the front the Cabernet is evident in the middle back palate with some velvety tannins. lovely accompaniment to chicken schnitzel dinner. — 3 years ago


Riesling 2017

Acid and texture! Winning combo from the Tamar. — 4 years ago

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