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Find a Winery - Australia
Find a Winery - Australia
South East Coast Wine District - Wineries, Vineyards, Wine, Winery Tour Maps, Cellar Doors - Copping, Triabunna, Sorell, Bream Creek, Orford - Tasmania

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climate The South East Coast Wine District includes the southern section of the East Coast of Tasmania, from between Tribunna and Lauderdale. It includes many interesting towns and villages: Orford, Bream Creek, Buckland, Runnymede, Sorell, Dodges Ferry, Cropping and Dunally. Most of the wineries are located near Sorell and Cropping. The are around Sorell has many fruit orchards showcased at the Sorell Fruit Farm, where you can pick a wide variety of stone fruits and berries in season. The Cherry Blossom Festival is held during September and October. The are has many arts and craft stores and a wide range of shops selling antiques and collectibles. The weather is similar to Hobart, and is cooler than most of the East Coast towns with mean maximum temperature of 22 degrees Celsius in summer.now it is known for sheep, dairying and mixed farming, along with tourism and wine. Horse riding is a favourite local recreation and the trails cater for all needs up to two-day long treks. Bushwalking is also popular. One of the oldest and bets known winery in the district is Bream Creek Vineyard, planted in 1972. It is one of oldest vineyard blocks in Tasmania and is renowned as one of the most picturesque in Australia. The Orani Vineyard at was established at Sorell in 1986, Yaxley Estate was planted in 1991, and Darlington vineyard was planted at Orford in 1993. The many wineries in the district include: Bream Creek Vineyard, Darlington Vineyard (Tas), Edithvale Vineyard, Orani Vineyard, Thornlea Wines - Sorell Fuit farm, Yaxley Estate.

The East Coast Wine Region includes two districts : East Coast Central ; East Coast Lower
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