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Bay of Fires Wines

Bay of Fires Cellar Door and Winery
Premium Tasting
Pipers River Vineyard
Vineyard Tour
Winemaking Interactivity and Interpretation
Vines after Bud Burst
Our Cellar Door, located at Pipers River in Tasmania's north, offers award-winning wines and premium tasting experiences. We are currently open Thursday to Monday, with appointments ranging from 40 minutes to two hours. Our tasting experiences and masterclasses are carried out in a safe and informative manner, with private tastings also available on request. Our winery is the home to the Bay of Fires and Eddystone Point range of cool climate wines, as well as the House of Arras, Australia’s most prestigious sparkling wine label. A new and exciting range of wines awaits you at Bay of Fires Wines. Visitors can sample our award-winning wines in elegant and tranquil surrounds. Indulge, relax and experience Tasmanian wine at its best. To view tasting options and book a visit with us, please visit our website. The newest addition to our premium experiences is a partnership with Tasmanian Air Tours and Above and Beyond Tasmanian Seaplanes to offer bespoke and truly inspired wine experiences in some of our most scenic vineyards around the state. Please contact us or our partners for more information. Bay of Fires Wines is located at Pipers River, about 45-minutes' drive (44 kilometres/27 miles) from central Launceston.


Cellar Door

Coach Parking

Gallery / Museum

Lawn / Gardens

Online Orders

Suitable for Functions

Wine Tasting

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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