Ghost Rock is a family owned business, located on the central north coast of Tasmania, 15 minutes from Devonport and an hour from Launceston. The region has come along in leaps and bounds both as a wine region and food tourism destination. It’s home to a labyrinth of local producers crafting just about anything from honey to chocolate, cheese, salmon, cider and wine.
Ghost Rock’s award-winning cellar door overlooks the vineyard, with striking views of Bass Strait and the rolling patchwork hills surrounding it. It’s open seven days, 11am to 5pm, providing tastings of cool climate premium wines and light lunches focusing on local produce.
There is a range of award-winning wines made on-site, using both new world and more traditional winemaking techniques. This winery is everything a boutique producer needs to craft wines of the character and substance befitting the land from which it is born.
The winery also houses Hundred Acres at Ghost Rock, a cooking school and events space, created to provide visitors with a unique food and wine experience, taking the matching of food and wine to deeper levels. On offer are cooking classes, wine workshops and events taking participants on the journey from soil to bottle and paddock to plate.
1055 Port Sorell Road, Northdown 7307
Tel: +613 6428 4005