Young Gun of Wine

Invercarron Wines has been shortlisted in the YGOW Vineyard of the Year Award, in the New Vineyard category. We are honoured to be selected as one of only four Tasmanian vineyards and 50 finalists overall.

Read more about the awards and the profiles of the finalists here

The Tasmanian Times

Mark Smith discussing our gold medal in The Royal Hobart Wine Show:

‘Jordan Valley newcomer Invercarron Wines figured in the trophy taste-off, being one of the only small, family-owned Tasmanian companies in that rollcall’

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The Sunday Examiner

A review on our 2019 Pinot Noir by Mark Smith

‘One of seven gold medal winners in Pinot Noir classes totalling 130-plus entries at the Royal Hobart Wine Show. The secret wines of this quiet little valley are worthy of success. This is a young, generous, well-crafted Pinot with real pizzazz.

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Outback Magazine

‘Not wanting to lose traditions going back seven generations, travel agent Andrew Jones decided to buy and revitalise his family’s sheep properties in the Jordan Valley’

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ABC News

On Andrew diversifying the family farm from Merino Sheep into a thriving vineyard:

‘For a long time it looked like the Jones family from the southern Tasmanian community of Broadmarsh would stop farming with the seventh generation. Part of the original property that had been in the family for 105 years was sold. Something had to be done, so Andrew decided to try to cash-in on Tasmania’s growing reputation for cool climate grapes, planting 20,000 vines’

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The Weekly Times (courtesy of Tasmanian Country)

On a rocky hill overlooking the Jordan River valley Tasmania’s newest wine region might just be taking shape. The Jones family have just harvested the first crop of grapes from their Invercarron vineyard. It was an unexpected harvest off vines only planted about 18 months ago, but could be a sign of things to come’

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