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. Find out how to plan Cranbrook trip without stress by asking Inspirock to help create an itinerary.
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Gala Estate Vineyard Reviews
We had a great wine taste yesterday. The lady that served was Very friendly and new her stuff. It was a great to taste wine in house with history. more »
If you looking for Sauvignon Blanca , Pinot noir and some other white wine. This is a place I would recommend. They use different method to made the wine which stand out from the others which you get ... more »
Don't be put off by the exterior. The place is owned by a mum and dad styled couple who are also sheep farmers. Their wine is superb along with local knowledge and hospitality. It really is a great li... more »
you won't believe that the building of this vineyard was built in 1901, the very first day of Australia as a country. Still, white wines are the icon from Gala.
Good selection of wine for tasting. Great old building which has a long history.
I stopped by passing by. Article building is returned without tasting was fashionable.
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