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Our Guide to the Relbia Wine Region

If you’ve been dreaming of some R&R, a leisurely tour of the Relbia wine region is just the ticket. Relbia is the perfect place for a romantic getaway or a long overdue catch up with good friends. Visit the amazing wineries and relax at their lovely cellar doors. Enjoy the scenic views, taste the region’s award-winning wines, and indulge in some tasty eats.

Relbia forms part of the famed Tamar Valley Wine Route and is just a short drive south from Launceston. We’ve put together some tips to help you plan your visit.

1. Josef Chromy Wines

Find the Josef Chromy Cellar Door Cafe and Winery in the estate’s original 1880s homestead, surrounded by beautiful gardens. Taste their fine cool climate wines, treat yourself to some fresh Tassie produce, and take in the scenic vineyard and lake views. Grab a fresh hamper from the delicatessen and dine alfresco in the landscaped grounds. Wine varieties include Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Gewürztraminer, a vintage sparkling and Botrytis Riesling. The cellar door is open daily from 10am to 5pm.

For the last few years, Josef Chromy Wines have hosted the ‘Effervescence Tasmania’ sparkling wine festival. There’s no word on this year’s event yet, but it’s usually on in November, so keep an ear out.

Josef Chromy Wines
Image: @kiss_n_eat/Instagram

2. Jinglers Creek

Jinglers Creek is a small, family operated vineyard producing high quality wine with loving care. Join the cellar door tasting experience and follow your vineyard hosts on a journey through the flavours of the Jinglers Creek range. Current varieties include the 2015 Pinot Noir, NV Sparkling, the 2016 Sauvignon Blanc, and the 2011 Riesling. During your visit, enjoy stunning views of the vines and surrounding mountains. Jinglers Creek is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 4pm, between October and April.

Jinglers Creek Vineyard
Image: @emharlock/Instagram

3. Sharmans Wines

Sharmans Wines are a family owned and operated vineyard producing premium wines on the banks of the North Esk River. Relax outside at the cellar door and enjoy the scenic views. Treat yourself to a delectable vineyard platter and taste their award-winning wines. Varieties include Pinot Noir, Cabernet/Merlot, a vintage Sparkling, Chardonnay, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc and Shiraz. The cellar door is open daily between 10am and 4pm.

Sharmans Wines
Image: @strwalsh/Instagram

Stay

Relbia is the perfect spot for a romantic getaway or fun trip with friends. Stay in luxury boutique accommodation at Relbia Lodge. Relax by the lake and enjoy the picturesque views of the rolling hills and vineyard of neighbouring Josef Chromy Wines.

Relbia Lodge
Image: @primedesigntasmania/Instagram

Other vineyards in the Northern Midlands include Bundaleera Vineyard at Relbia and Bell & Gong Vineyard at Longford. To see what’s on, check out our Events Calendar.

We love it when you share your adventures with us! Tag @MidlandsTasmania and use @MidlandsTasmania or #HeritageHighway and we’ll share our favourite photos on @MidlandsTasmania, Facebook, and in our Blog.


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Header image:
Josef Chromy Wines | @eternitarian88/Instagram

Words:
Isabel Galloway

For more great events in southern Tasmania, be sure to visit our Events page.

We love it when you share your adventures with us! Share your snaps by tagging @hobartandbeyond and using #HobartandBeyond on Instagram and Facebook – we’ll share our favourite pics on social media and in the blog.

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