THE TASMANIAN WINE CENTRE is Tasmanias premier wine retailer. We specialize in wine from Tasmania and mainland Australia. Our comprehensive range includes current release as well as aged examples of some of Australia's finest wines. We also have a growing portfolio of premium imported wine as well as liqueurs, fortifieds and spirits.

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This Month's Featured Wines

  • Serafino Bellisimo Sangiovese 2015
    Serafino Bellisimo Sangiovese 2015

    Gold Medal 2016 Australian Alternative Varieties Wine Show

    Spicy cherry aromas and butter chocolate. This wine displays savoury spice and dark cherry which flows on the palate, complemented with medium tannin finish. This wine was made to be enjoyed with antipasto, pizza, pasta and game. ALC/VOL: 13.7% Awards 1 Gold, 2 Silver. On tasting Thursday 29th June @ TWC 201 Collins St. Hobart





    • $20.80 per bottle or $18.95 per bottle 12+
  • Skillogalee Basket Pressed Shiraz 2014
    Skillogalee Basket Pressed Shiraz 2014

    There is a pronounced earthiness to this wine. Aromas of blue fruits, leather and tobacco on the nose, segue into a myriad of flavours on the palate, including plum, blackberry, spearmint and dark chocolate, all solidly conveyed atop a smoky persistence. The palate is bold, fleshy and yet medium bodied. The fruit was vinified in open fermenters, then gently basket-pressed to create a wine that is fruit driven and concentrated with velvety tannins, needing no fining. Maturation in a combination of French and American Oak Hogsheads has added considerably to the wine's character, balance and complexity. The wine will cellar well for at least 10 years but, for those without that kind of patience, enjoy sooner with red or game meats, rich pasta dishes and fantastic company.  As with all our wines, this Shiraz is vegetarian and vegan friendly!



    • $31.35 per bottle
  • Josef Chromy Pepik Pinot Noir 2015 Tasmania
    Josef Chromy Pepik Pinot Noir 2015 Tasmania

    REGION: Relbia, Tasmania.

    Tasmania is the buzz place for Australian pinot noir fanciers. While the best from the island edge into the $30 and above price bracket, a couple of names consistently offer value. Devil's Corner and this entry-level version lead the way. It's got structure and body, a little oak adding its weight to cherry noted fruits, and again crunchy and bright. Tony Love, National Wine Writer,

    • $22.55 per bottle