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Pipers Brook Vineyard, Pipers Brook

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Winery / Vineyard · Food & Drink
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Northern Tasmania’s leading wine producer, Pipers Brook Vineyard offers visitors a chance to taste and purchase a wide range of cool-climate wines. Stop by the site’s acclaimed cellar door to learn about the history of winemaking in this part of the world. Located inside the cellar door is a small café, serving light meals created with the freshest local ingredients, and complemented by some of the winery’s finest wines, tea, or coffee. Enjoy a scenic self-guided drive around the vineyard, and find out about the traditional methods and recent technological advancements used here to create internationally renowned Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Pipers Brook holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Pipers Brook Vineyard and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Like what seems like most wineries these days, Pipers Brook charges for tastings - $15 for a 'flight' of 4 glasses, with the volume equivalent to 1.8 glasses. We found this to be reasonably generous....  more
    Like what seems like most wineries these days, Pipers Brook charges for tastings - $15 for a 'flight' of 4 glasses, with the volume equivalent to 1.8 glasses. We found this to be reasonably generous....  more »
  • Pipers Brook is open 7 days so worth the drive you won’t be disappointed. The tasting was straightforward 4 wines of your choice for $15. You get a discount should you purchase. Servings equate to... 
    Pipers Brook is open 7 days so worth the drive you won’t be disappointed. The tasting was straightforward 4 wines of your choice for $15. You get a discount should you purchase. Servings equate to...  more »
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  • Bit of a mixed bag experience here: Cellar Door - nice wines but despite booking a tasting we’re only offer “wine flights” with no further info on the wines given. Basically select 4 sample sizes. Nadine - great food but poor/ chaotic service. The drive in through the Pipers Brook vineyard is stunning, but when you arrive at the old dated cellar door complex it’s rather dull (dusty) and less appealing. Unfortunately the cellar door has no view at all - it’s an indoor space opening onto a small internal courtyard. Perfectly nice cafe space , but you could be anywhere. We pre-booked a tasting by phone and arrived on time at 1.30 - the staff were frantically running around and looked exhausted and ignored us. We thought about leaving but since there are not many dining options around the area, we decided to stay. We were seated in Nadine’s cafe area from where we could do a wine tasting. We ordered the Tasmanian Board which includes cheese, meat, prawns and salmon - this was absolutely sensational and the highlight of our visit - we were glad we stayed. The wine tasting was more of a wine flight really - we were asked to select 4 wines from the menu and nobody gave us any information on the wines.
  • We visited this winery after tasting a great drop at dinner the night before. The English lady who conducted our tasting was great. Friendly and not over the top. She made some great recommendations on what we should do on our travels around tassie. Well worth the trip

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