THE TASMANIAN WINE CENTRE is Tasmania’s premier wine retailer. Our speciality is wine from Tasmania but we also sell a comprehensive range of wines from mainland Australia. We have a growing portfolio of premium imported wines as well as liqueurs, fortifieds and spirits.

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This Month's Featured Wines

  • Westend Richland Pinot Grigio 2014
    Westend Richland Pinot Grigio 2014

    Awarded a Gold Medal at the Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2014.

    Vintage after vintage Richland Pinot Grigio picks up the awards. Talk about consistent! The 2014 has just picked up a Gold at the 2014 Royal Adelaide Wine Show and this wine has only just started it’s run – expect more gongs! 
    “ A colleague once penned in a Sydney newspaper that Westend’s Richland Pinot Grigio from the NSW Riverina “was the best-value Pinot Grigio on the market.” He was anything but wrong: at just $11.95 this is a wine in which you can almost sense that Westend’s Bill Calabria has woven his own Italian heritage into the very essence of this great Italian varietal. Lightly perfumed on the nose, pear and apple flavours on the palate and a clean crisp finish make this a zingy white to enjoy equally with traditional Italian Antipasto, maybe even Thai dishes – or simply fish and chips. ‘Out of the Bottle, David Ellis’

    ON SALE!

    • $9.95 per Bottle
  • d'Arenberg Dadd NV
    d'Arenberg Dadd NV

    Gold Medal Winner - 2013 Hobart Wine Show.

    Named after winemaker Chester Osborn's great grandad, founder of d'Arenberg, grandad and dad, this is a tribute to the d'Arenberg dads. It's also the reason for the three Ds in its name. Rich tones of fresh-cut apple, brioche, lemon, grilled nuts and honey are full of delightful complexity. Smooth, with bright acidity, it's a good choice as an aperitif or with pre-dinner nibbles. There's quite a bit of competition in the market for $30 Australian-made sparkling, and this is one of the better ones. The Weekly Review - Melbourne 

    And maybe, knowing Chester Osborn's sense of humor, it may well be a fun take on that famous French Champagne made for Mum! Either way this sparkling wine hits the mark in every way. We love the label design as it portrays a sense of party. But best of all we love whats in the bottle. Fresh, vibrant citrus characters on nose and palate. 

    The Tasmanian Wine Centre 16/10/2014

    • $31.50 per Bottle
  • Tamar Ridge Pinot Noir 2012
    Tamar Ridge Pinot Noir 2012

    REGION: Tamar Valley, Tasmania.

    SUPER SPECIAL! Normally $29.10 per Bottle. Save $6.10 per bottle.

    "A powerful wine, the fruit anchored on ripe plum fruit, the structure on foresty tannins. 94 points" - James Halliday

    • $23.00 per bottle