A beautifully balanced wine with distintive varietal character. Rowella, its terroir contributes to its unique flavour, going well with Gruyere cheese. This wine won a Gold medal at the 2010 Tasmanian wine show.
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Iron Pot Bay Vineyard
Old sailing charts call the small bay at the end of Rowella Road, Iron Pot Bay, hence the name. Planted in 1988, Australia's bicentenary year, Iron Pot Bay Vineyard has consistently produced excellent, fruit driven, cool climate wines. Purchased by the Mani family in 2013, Julieanne, Ashok, Ashli and Liam plan to continue the legacy started twenty-six years ago. Plans are underway to convert the adjacent cottage to The Iron Pot Cellar Door and Tasting Rooms. Built in 1907, "The Cottage," as it is affectionately known, has all the charm of an old home, with timber floors, fireplaces in every room and one hundred year old trees. The Mani family invite you to visit, they would love to show you around and welcome you to become part of the Iron Pot Bay Vineyard history!.