Sunday, 19 August 2018

New wine tasting experience to make its debut in Hobart

Hobart appears to have lost its popular Red and White Wine Weekends but is instead saying hello to the Urban Wine Walk.


On Saturday, October 20, the streets, lanes and footpaths of the Hobart and North Hobart will come alive as a selection of the Tasmanian capital's best venues open their doors, transforming into the ultimate self-guided cellar door experience.



The Urban Wine Walk is an afternoon wine lovers will not want to miss with several of the state's best wineries (and a couple of interlopers) offering tastings at a hand-picked selection of local bars and restaurants.

The Hobart venues include Jack Greene, Post Street Social, Society Salamanca, Institut Polaire, The Westend Pumphouse, Ettie's, Willing Brothers, Suzie Luck's, The Lounge by Frogmore Creek, The Brunswick Hotel, Shambles Brewery, Johnston + Miller and Rude Boy.

Participating wineries include Two Tonne Tasmania, Small Island Wines, Domaine Simha, Chatto Wines, Frogmore Creek, Mewstone Wines, Shiny Wine, Meadowbank and Stargazer, along with Hither & Yon and Vinteloper from South Australia and Skigh Wines from Western Australia.

Tickets are avalable now at $60, which includes entry into all participating venues (subject to capacity), free tastings, event wristband, tasting glass and venue guide and a $5 wine voucher.

Similar events have been held previously and will be held in Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland during spring, but this is the first in Hobart.

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