There are no official registrations of wine regions in Tasmania, so for ease of navigation we have tried to group cellar doors into touring areas. This section is the catch all for those that don't naturally fall into the other regions within the southern half of Tasmania.
This was our first visit to this particular area of Tasmania and while there are only a few cellar doors, the two that we visited both had pretty outlooks and some great wine. Similar to the remainder of southern Tasmania, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are features, but there are also a good range of other varietals.
There are also a couple of nice places to eat and it is certainly a nice area to spend a relaxed, sunny afternoon taking in some beautiful wine, food and vistas.