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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.
Gala Estate Vineyard Reviews
we stopped in here in the morning on our way out of swansea. Beautiful little winery. all local. the lady that looked after us was lovely and wine was quite reasonable . more »
Extremely disappointed with Gala. We visited in February 2020 with another couple. The building looked amazing and when we arrived we were the only ones there. We approach the counter and saw all the.... more »
Beautiful setting, delicious wines, engaging staff.
We visited three Vineyards around the area. This is the only one that charged for wine tasting but redeemed by purchase of wine. We chose the $5 pp. They have good wines. We ended up tasting the $10 pp as well and bought two bottles. Cellar door staff is friendly and nice. Good wine tasting experience.
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