Celebrating another vintage- powered by the sun! 

Vintage 2018 in 3 words? Early, big and condensed. Warm conditions produced early ripening fruit of high quality with volumes up substantially on 2017 levels. The short, sharp vintage made the winery a very busy place.

It might be getting cold now but there are plenty of Winter events coming up to keep you from hibernating, read on!


Winter Producers Luncheons @ Moores Hill Winery

Join Moores Hill and the Vineyard Seafood team in our snug barrel room for a series of set, seasonal luncheons featuring local producers.

An opportunity to meet, chat and dine with featured farmers and fishermen from Tasmania’s Northern region- and Moores Hill winemaker, Julian Allport. 

Seats for these intimate lunches are very limited. Join us on the following dates:

Sunday June 3, 2018

Sunday July 8, 2018

Sunday August 5, 2018

The first lunch, on June 3 will feature abalone, beef and chocolate! 4 course menu with matched wines, $95 per person. More details

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See us at the Dark Mofo Winter Feast in Hobart

We'll be part of the collaborative Pinot Bar inside The Shed on the second weekend of the MONA sponsored Winter festival (June 21-24). Come and find us for a Pinot Gris or Pinot Noir. 

2016 Chardonnay, 95 points, Huon Hooke

Huon Hooke writes about our 2016 Chardonnay: 

Light colour and a subtle but complex bouquet, showing nuts and stone fruits, a hint of low-level sulfide, the palate tight, refined and long, ending with some grip which adds to the clean, dry finish. Very good and has potential. Cellar 2018-2025. 

The wine won a gold medal at the 2018 Tasmanian Wine Show. Order now

And Sparkling fans: our NV Sparkling Blanc de blancs is back in stock

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Artentwine Sculpture Biennial 2018

Calling all sculptors! The Artentwine Sculpture Biennial now invites entries from all artists (not just Tasmanians).

Moores Hill will again be a host venue, along with 4 other vineyards in the Tamar Valley.

The focus of the biennial is now 'small' sculpture and there is a $25,000 prize. Entries close on May 31, all the details: www.artentwine.com.au