Priory Ridge Vineyard and Cellar Door

Priory Ridge is a boutique family vineyard and Cellar door operation in the iconic Tasmanian holiday destination, St. Helens/Bay of Fires, East Coast, just minutes inland in the rural valley of Priory, via route C843.
The ideal microclimate and Devonian granite soil produce full-bodied Pinot Noir and aromatic whites: Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay and Traminer.
“Our Motto: Our grapes/ Our wines ” The vines are nurtured/maintained by hand and grapes are picked by our local workforce.
French winemaking techniques allow the fermentation of grape juices by their natural yeasts.
The Pinot Noir can mature in French oak barrels for over 12 months undertaking natural malolactic conversion. The small picking of Gewurztraminer combined with Pinot Gris produces a special and popular blend.
A unique experience awaits you at the Cellar Door. As you savour the depths of handcrafted cool climate wines you can take in the ambience of the adapted 1900s shearing shed. Within the bush pole structure with the original iron roof, visitors can enjoy a pictorial history of yesteryear activity of the early settlers to the Priory district.
Priory Ridge Vineyard and Cellar Door is an active member of the Great Eastern Tasmania Wine Trail and participates in the annual Great Eastern Tasmania Wine Week, held in September.
An online ordering system enables efficient delivery of our wines, throughout Australia

Contact Details

Priory Ridge Wines
St Helens, 7216

6376 1916
prioryridge@gmail.com
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