When you think of Tasmanian wine , one of the first things that come to mind is Pinot Noir.

Kelvedon Estate, a 3000 hectare property on Tasmania’s East Coast, was established by Francis Cotton in 1830. A fifth generation continues a fine farming tradition with the first grape vines planted in Spring 1998.

The temperate maritime climate and close proximity to the seas combine to produce superb fruit for premium quality table wines.

Food Pairing: Duck confit or Roasted mushrooms, Maybe a beef bourguignon