Skip to main content


Taste Exploration - Wine and Chocolate

A glass of wine with dark chocolate balanced over half of the glass atop a wooden table in a garden
Rolling green hills with cows in a dam paddock.  Light mist rising  over the plains.
Leven Valley Vineyard wines and bars of chocolate
Experience how chocolate and wine flavours complement each other. Presented by Terri Seager, Leven Valley Vineyard owner and Jessica Tivendale, founder of Chokolate Journeys, enjoy a tasting of Leven Valley Vineyards handpicked cold climate wines alongside bean to bar chocolate. Bean to bar chocolate is an artisanal specialist product with a flavour profile similar to specialty wine or cheese. This chocolate is crafted by a chocolate maker who has developed a working relationship with the farmers who grow the cacao they source. The aim is to ensure farmers are appropriately paid, the environment is sustainably maintained and you can enjoy the true flavours of chocolate. This 45 minute taste exploration includes tasting of 4 of Leven Valley Vineyard vintages alongside 4 carefully selected bean to bar chocolate flavours at $40* pp Wines purchased on the day will be discounted by 10%. Alongside the adults tasting, Children can participate in an exploration of non-alcoholic Ciders and Chocolate that includes a tasting of 2 apple ciders and a ginger beer with matched chocolate at $25* pp. *Plus booking fee
Event Details
  • Saturday 18 May 2024 (Monthly)

  • 2:00 PM to 2:45 PM

  • 321 Raymond Road, Gunns Plains, Tasmania, 7315


Family Friendly

Pet Friendly - Enquire

Public Toilet

Shop / Gift Shop

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

By creating an account on Discover Tasmania, you agree to the terms of use outlined in our Privacy Statement

Success! You are now logged in.

Add to trip

Which trip would you like to add this to?

Need to Remove from a trip?

Remove from trip

Select the trip you would like to remove this from.


You have nearly reached the Explore Map plot limit of 27 items per itinerary.

Try splitting itineraries, rather than creating one large itinerary.

Manage trips
Please try again in a few moments.