Tasmania is Australia’s southernmost state occupying 42 degrees latitude, with its temperate climate rugged wilderness and earthy soils and creating idyllic conditions for producing some of the world’s best cool climate wines.

Mild summers and long autumn days allow grapes to slowly ripen on the vine contributing to an elegant and intense development of varietal flavour. This premium-growing environment generates the perfect blueprint for the boutique production of award-winning Tasmanian wines across diverse regions of the state.

In particular, Tasmania enjoys a growing global reputation as a leading producer of premium cool climate wines especially for Pinot Noir and sparkling varieties.

Invercarron Wines is the first vineyard to be established in the Jordan Valley and forms part of Tasmania’s Southern Wine Trail.