Taste some of Tasmania’s award-winning pinot noir at Gala Estate Vineyard, the second-oldest family-owned business on the island. Situated in a river valley on a sheep station, the vineyard occupies 11 ha (27 ac) of land and is run by the fifth, sixth, and seventh-generation descendants of James Amos, the first custodian of this land. Meet the welcoming family, admire the quirky 1820s cellar door, and taste the premium quality wines while nibbling on Tasmanian cheeses, olives, and fresh walnuts. Put Gala Estate Vineyard at the forefront of your travel plans using our Cranbrook vacation trip planner.
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Fue un acierto increible parar en el camino de Hobart a Freycinet y entran en Gala. Ademas de que la chica era super amable, es un lugar decorado con muy buen gusto, los vinos son impresionantes, comp... more »A incredible success was stop on the road from Hobart to Freycinet and entering Gala. The girl was extremely friendly, is a place decorated with very good taste, wines are impressive, we buy a bottle of gift and also take a picnic of products typical economical and very well prepared. I liked it so much that the searched site to purpose to put the comment.
Très belle endroit malgré un petit côté surfait et cheap, l'accueil à été assez décevant, on nous souhaite rapidement bonjour et on nous annonce d'entré que le prix de la dégustation est de 5$. Pas de... more »Very nice place despite a little overrated and cheap, the host was quite disappointing, we quickly wish us Hello and we are told in the price of the tasting is $ 5. No problem, however compared to other growers who them do not pay their tasting, the wines on offer here lack maturity and unanimous in our view far to be our favorites. Pity that we have not been informed further on the varieties and that customers visibly older and easy is privileged. Friends backpackers go your way.
This was such a nice surprise. Rustic cottage with open fire. Great place to taste magnificent wine. $5 tasting fee redeemable with purchase. Fair enough. Just a great feel about this place. Very auth... more »
Good selection of wine for tasting. Great old building which has a long history.
Eric Robert Perez
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