Hobart Tasmanian Wine Tasting Excursion Reviews

Hobart Tasmanian Wine Tasting cruise excursion
Overall Rating
Head over to the local vineyard to sample some of Tasmania's best wines.
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1 review
Feb 2017
Puddleducks - well worth a visit. Family owned and run. Very warm welcome and the wine flowed.
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Provider: Celebrity Cruises
Member Image marvick5520
3 reviews
Dec 2016
As our ship arrived 4 hours late to Hobart due to rough sea, the intended visit to the Botanical Garden was cancelled instead we got a drive around in the coach to see some historic buidlings instead. Oyster farm (oyster tasting was cut short also) & same with wine tasting.
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Member Image TimeTravels
1 review
Sep 2016
Really poor ! Our local discount German foodstore knocks spots off anything they produce !
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Provider: Holland America Line
Member Image Hardinghc@aol.com
1 review
Jan 2014

It was an easy walk from the port to Hobart's city center and we found it to be an interesting and cosmopolitan. Salamanca Plaza was a fun grouping of restaurants, bars, and shops featuring Tasmanian goods. We spent the morning in Hobart.

In the afternoon we went on the wine tasting and oyster tour. At the oyster beds we learned about oyster farming and sampled oysters that were in the bay an hour or two before. Tasmanian wine is good, but not memorable. We bought a bottle of a very decent Pinot Noir that we had sampled to share at our table at dinner. The Pinots seem to be the best of what is produced there.

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Provider: Crystal Cruises

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