Cradle Coast is no exception to award-winning cool climate wines as well as craft and cider, something that Tasmania is well-known. This place is gifted with rich red soil and mountain-fresh streams, making them the perfect spot in creating delicious beverages that will complement your taste buds.
Ghost Rock Vineyard
It is located at 1055 Port Sorell Road, Northdown, just about a 15-minute drive if you are from Devonport. Ghost Rock Vineyard is Cradle Coast’s one of the most exciting wine destinations ever known. It is open daily from 11 am until 5 pm except for Good Friday and Christmas Day. The vineyard was established in 2001 by Cate and Colin Arnold. It is from there that they started to plant pinot noir but soon expanded to Riesling, chardonnay, pinot gris, and sauvignon blanc.
It is located at 347 Mersey Main Road, Spreyton, just about 17 minutes from Devonport. Its grand gates will make you feel as though you’ve been transported to Europe. This is all thanks to owners Marcus and Gail Burns love to Italy. Their vineyard focuses on producing low yield premium fruits like pinot gris, pinot noir nebbiolo, chardonnay, and savagnin. They are open from 11am-5pm every day, except Good Friday and Christmas.
Spreyton Cider Co
It is located in the corner of Sheffield Road and Melrose Road, Spreyton. This place is surrounded by orchards and well-known in producing award-winning apple juice from 100% Tasmanian pears and apples. You can also view the bottling process through their viewing windows. Opens every day from 12 pm until 5 pm.
Seven Sheds Brewery, Meadery, and Hop Garden
It is located at 22 Crockers Road, Railton. Just a 16-minute drive and you will reach their backyard which offers a purpose-built tasting room where you can take a sip of Kentish Ale, honey wines, and melomels.
This vineyard, located at 60 Gillams Road, Lower Barrington, has a stunning view of the coast and offers a platter tucked with local oysters, terrines, home-made bread, cakes, pastries, and your favorite drinks.