Freycinet Vineyard was the first commercial winery to be established on the east coast of Tasmania, with the first vines being planted in 1979 by founding owners Geoff and Susan Bull. It is now a 15 hectare vineyard, with it's sheltered and north facing aspect providing ideal conditions for fine elegant but powerful wines. Freycinet Vineyard is also home to the Wineglass Bay Brewing Company, as well as an olive grove.
15919 Tasman Highway
Olives & Olive Oil, Beer, Cider & Mead
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Inspired by the tremendous opportunities of the East Coast of Tasmania, Geoff and Susan Bull cleared the site in 1978, planted the first vines in 1979 and established the first commerical winery on the East Coast. They were early pioneers in a new region which years later revealed exciting quality potential in wines. The region now boasts over a dozen different vineyards.
The Freycinet Vineyard and Winery is family owned with daughter Lindy Bull and her partner Claudio Radenti taking over the family tradition of gently handcrafting the wines.
Daily May-Sept: 10am to 4pm
Daily Oct-Apr: 10am to 5pm