Susie Thorpe

My friend Sylvia and I had a...

My friend Sylvia and I had a delightful visit today. Very friendly and knowledgeable, Narelle painted beautiful pictures when she was describing each wine and they were lovely especially the
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Sylvia Chandler

Lovely welcoming staff and dog one of...

Lovely welcoming staff and dog one of the best wine tastings I've been. The light lunch was just spot on my friend and I had a lovely couple of hours catching up overlooking the vinyard a big thanks to the staff at home oak .
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Tara Amber

Absolutely loved Holm Oak. Chris who provided...

Absolutely loved Holm Oak. Chris who provided the tastings was very knowledgeable, friendly and had so much sincere enthusiasm. She's a real gem and our experience has made this the best wine tasting experience. Chris provided all the information, no hard sell. She has a lot of knowledge, was very personable and hospitable. Along with the good selection of wines (tasted over a dozen), they provided water and crackers to palette clense and a taste of the fudge on sale to partner with the muscat. Needless to say I left with not only wine but the fudge too. Great for families and couples. There is a pig peg and we had doggy cuddles. You can purchase picnic produce and enjoy a bottle and a picnic on the grounds on one of the many picnic tables. Highly recommend
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Trent Bilson

Great winery, excellent wine and cider. Very...

Great winery, excellent wine and cider.
Very friendly and knowledgeable staff.
Am lucky to only live an hour away and can visit a few times a year to sample new wines so i know what to oreder in the wine club twice a year.. Well worth the journey for any tourist visiting tasmania..
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Lucas Johnson

A lovely stop along the Tamar wine...

A lovely stop along the Tamar wine route. Knowledgable and friendly cellar door staff, beautiful outlook and lovely wines. Tourist/wine venture done right!
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About Winery and Wines

Situated somewhat off the beaten track our cellar door exudes an irresistible rustic charm. Our property is adorned with fabulous old English trees and our cellar door is situated in the original vertical board winery.

Greeted by a view surrounding the Cellar Door of breathtaking vineyards and orchards (keep an eye out for Tim hand pruning or Max and Will racing through the rows of vines) you can wander down the path to visit Pinot the Pig and feed him a few cheeky apples before reaching the Cellar Door.

If Bec isn’t hard at work in the winery she may even join you for a glass of wine and tell you the story of how they came to plant 12 hectares of vines in this beautiful part of the world.