Pipers Brook Vineyard, Pipers Brook

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#10 of 45 in Wineries in Tasmania
Northern Tasmania’s leading wine producer, Pipers Brook Vineyard offers visitors a chance to taste and purchase a wide range of cool-climate wines. Stop by the site’s acclaimed cellar door to learn about the history of winemaking in this part of the world. Located inside the cellar door is a small café, serving light meals created with the freshest local ingredients, and complemented by some of the winery’s finest wines, tea, or coffee. Enjoy a scenic self-guided drive around the vineyard, and find out about the traditional methods and recent technological advancements used here to create internationally renowned Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Pipers Brook holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Pipers Brook Vineyard and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • My father and I had a wonderful time at Pipers Brook Winery today from beginning to end. Early in the day when I called to see if they were open and serving food, I was informed that unfortunately the...  more »
  • I popped into Piper Brook Vineyard with my boyfriend whilst staying nearby in Bridport, I had read this winery was one of the best in Tassie and it certainly didn’t disappoint. There is a large variet...  more »
  • Very disappointed only to realize when we arrive that the restaurant, which we have been anticipating for, is closed for renovation. Recommend future visitors to call before coming. We ended up sampli...  more »
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  • The estate is pretty impressive in size and the view is beautiful. The wines are good (my preference goes to the Riesling) but prices seem way too high. Overall, it's a large wineyards and feels a bit 'industrial', I'd recommend to visit smaller ones
  • Somehow I feel that a cheese platter for three with no drinks shouldn’t cost $87 without letting us know that first... food options we extremely limited. Some nice wines, some not so nice wines - but wouldn’t visit again.
  • Best cellar door in the whole Tamar Valley. The cheese platter for lunch was very generous but so yum we ate it all. The wine lucky dip was also a bit of fun!
  • Really worth a visit! Amazing wine and the staff were friendly and helpful.
  • Pipers Brook Vineyard were preparing for a busy public holiday when we called in, but they were not very welcoming toward us. They just walked past us and we were made to feel we were a bother. So we didn't bother with their wine. Thankyou to the pleasant young woman with the Samon and Trout samples which we tried and bought.

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