Our vineyard is only 15 minutes drive from Hobart on the way to the historic village of Richmond and a 10 minute drive to Hobart airport. The cellar door is located at the vineyard and run independently by Amy Russell as part of her business called The Coterie Wine Bar at Coal Valley Vineyard. Wine tastings and sales are available from 11am to 5pm five days a week, closed Tuesdays, Wednesdays and public holidays. For more information about food, functions, group bookings visit http://www.thecoterie.com.au
Frogmore Creek Wines is one of Tasmania’s most awarded wineries. Proudly family owned, Frogmore Creek sources grapes from the finest cool climate regions in Tasmania. Frogmore Creek also produces Forty-Two Degrees South and the Storm Bay wines.
As a family run and owned winery, we are passionate about people and love it when the cellar door is full. Come for a wine tasting or even to just sit and relax with a cheese platter and glass of wine while you watch your children have fun. We have games and entertainment for the young and old, and we are perfect for every occassion. We truly believe in sharing the best things in life especially fun, food and friends oh and of course, fine wine! We are a real BYF – Bring Your Food, Family and Friends and enjoy stunning and picturesque views of the valley, bbq facilities and a cellar door with the most beautiful rustic beauty.
Family owned Puddleduck is an intimate destination where the person pouring your tasting also helped to pick the grapes, and label the bottle you are drinking from. We pride ourselves on our friendly cellar door experience, which is sure to include our pet duck Lucky and Polly our resident wine dog too!
20 minutes-from Hobart
2 hours-from Launceston
2 hours-from Freycinet National Park
Need a break from wine?
Oatlands A historical small town 45 minutes north of Richmond, Oatlands is full of heritage sites. Callington Mill is the only operating mill of its type in the Southern hemisphere.
Seven Mile Beach is one of many beaches a short drive from Richmond. Perfect for exploring with the children, you can also walk the flats of five mile beach in low tide. Keep your eyes peeled for passing dolphins.
Richmond You don’t need to go far at all to take a break from wine. There are a whole host of things to do in Richmond such as discover heritage buildings, get lost in a maze, hire a boat or walk over Australia’s oldest known stone arch bridge.