Tasmania Wine & Gastronomy Map with Breweries and Distilleries

Tasmania Wine & Gastronomy Map with Breweries and Distilleries

Tasmania Wine & Gastronomy Map

The award-winning Tasmania Wine & Gastronomy Map with Breweries and Distilleries is authored by well-known Tasmanian food and wine writer, Graeme Phillips. The exact locations of all the wine, beer, and whisky sites were provided by VineFinders™.

Excellent new map with very informative text. —Huon Hooke, Sydney Morning Herald

The authoritative touring guide to the oldest wine-producing region in Australia, published in 2009, this full-colour, double-sided map, printed on 100% recycled paper, features:

  • 225 vineyards, cellar doors, vineyard restaurants, vineyard accommodation, distilleries, breweries and food producers
  • evocative descriptions of Tasmania’s wine regions, grape varieties and wines.
  • detailed climatic maps and production statistics
  • regional vintage ratings
  • historic information on the island’s wine history back to 1823
  • the locations of Tasmania’s first cheesery (1822), Australia’s first black truffle (1999) and a long list of other Australian and Tasmanian firsts

Every two years the Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute convenes to present awards to the best maps from the last two years. In 2009, this map won two categories: the top gong for “Excellence in Mapping” and the “People’s Choice” award.

Our folded copies of the map are sold out, but laminated or flat (rolled) maps are available from the on-line store at Cardwell Cellars in Melbourne, Australia.

For sales outside of Australia, please contact the publisher at vW Maps.

Visit the map’s Facebook page to Like the map, learn more about Tasmanian wine regions, and find links to interesting articles about Tasmanian beer, whisky, food, wine, vineyards and wineries.

The Tasmania Map Legend

Wine Growing Areas and Vineyards

Reverse of the Map