Guide to Tasmanian Wines

Guide to Tasmanian Wines

Tasmanian Wines are known as beautiful cool-climate wines with a lot of individuality and reputation. Many mainland Australian wineries are now buying Tasmanian vineyards because of their excellent flavour and potential for higher yields in the future, especially as the climate changes and mainland vineyards get too hot!
Here's a guide to Tasmanian Wines and the wine industry. If you haven't tried Tasmanian sparkling or Tasmanian Pinot Noir, you're missing out!


Good Drinking to you,
David.




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I think I was captured by how essentially natural or organic the whole process of winemaking is. It's farming, it's viticulture, it's weather and soil, and many more things. It's the winemaker. But after all these things, after the cap is unscrewed or the cork popped, I (and you) get to enjoy it. Then we talk about it and learn some more. Which is, I guess, the reason why you're here! Here you'll find stories, links, wine education samples and wine reviews. I am entirely independent and my wine reviews and ratings are based on my own thoughts and opinions. I accept no endorsements for products or good reviews. Enjoy! I can be reached for comments, feedback and questions at dbtaylor01@gmail.com. Good drinking to you! David

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