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Freycinet Vineyard

Claudio Radenti of Freycinet Vineyard, looking at a glass of wine in a barrel room
Aerial view of Freycinet Vineyard, vineyards, olive grove with The Hazards in the background
A view across grapevines at Freycinet Vineyard, tendrils with blue sky
A man pouring a glass of wine for a woman in a spotted top, standing in between vineyard rows
Geoff and Susan Bull were early viticultural pioneers on the East Coast of Tasmania, establishing Freycinet Vineyard in 1979. It is situated adjacent to the picturesque Freycinet Peninsula (latitude 42 degrees), which is named in honour of the French explorer Louis de Freycinet, who charted the region in 1802. The 16-hectare vineyard is proudly family-owned owned and the wines are 100% grown, produced and bottled on our estate. The site is a warm sheltered one within the truly cool Tasmanian climate. The vineyards are meticulously hand-tended to grow moderate yields of fully ripe healthy fruit. The rustic winery houses state-of-the-art’ equipment to ensure wine quality is not lost. The wines are produced with great care, dedication and passion – they are a delicious liquid expression of our unique place on earth, the varieties and the season.



Cellar Door

Delivery available

Family Friendly

Lawn / Gardens

Non Smoking

Pet Friendly - Enquire

Shop / Gift Shop

Takeaway Available

Wine Tasting

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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