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.

A Dynamic Wine Making Team - Paul Gordon, Senior Winemaker and Tim Bailey, Winemaker Richard Hamilton Wines.


This Month's Featured Wines

  • Josef Chromy Merlot 2012
    Josef Chromy Merlot 2012
    REGION: Relbia, Tasmania
    A Rare Beast
    Not always available and even when conditions are suitable for production most of this wine finds it's way to select restaurants and cellar door only. We have managed to procure stocks of this 'rare beast'. Although 'beast' is probably too strong a word for this 2012 Josef Chromy Merlot. But it certainly is not a light weight Merlot by any means. This is a Merlot that will have you wondering why the variety is not put in bottle more often! There is no mistaking it's 'cool climate' characteristics, with hints of tar and green leaf aromas backed up by a fleshy, weighty palate of plum like fruit and complex French oak combining together for mid and back palate length. A lovely soft/supple wine.
    The Tasmanian Wine Centre July, 2014
    • $26.99 per Bottle
  • Relbia Estate Pinot Noir 2013
    Relbia Estate Pinot Noir 2013

    REGION: Relbia, Tasmania.

    At it's price point Relbia's 2013 Pinot is a beautifully drinking drop! In fact, it is quite probably the states best value for money Pinot Noir at the moment. The nose is a delight, with earthy spiciness and white chalk. It's a well balanced wine, good fruit and oak complexity, which opens up nicely on the palate. The winemaker at Relbia is Ockie Myburgh - a very talented young man and one to watch in the future if this wine is anything to go by.

    The Tasmanian Wine Centre July, 2014 

    • $20.79 per Bottle
  • Josef Chromy Pepik Pinot Noir 2012 Tasmania
    Josef Chromy Pepik Pinot Noir 2012 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,

    • $20.80 per bottle