In Tasmania, farm-to-table and ocean-to-plate dining takes on a whole new meaning. Visitors can meet with farmers, winemakers
at their cellar doors, and gin and whisky producers. Tassie’s sparkling wines are earning global attention, with
House of Arras recently voted the number one sparkling in the world.
Check out our virtual trip to Tasmania, Australia with chef Analiese Gregory and New York food and travel writer Adam Sachs. We can’t travel to Tasmania right now, but here is the next best thing – a taste of Tasmania’s stunning food and wine scene and how Tassie gives Analiese a sense of freedom in cooking. Tassie is a place where Analiese can hike and forage in nature, and dive for scallops, abalone and wakame for dinner. She cooks them over fire, and enjoys them with a Tassie sparkling.
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While we may not be able to travel to Australia right now, it is a great time to plan for your next adventure. Click here for some Tasmanian wine travel inspiration and sample itineraries.
Learn Why Tasmania Was Named One Of Wine Enthusiast’s 10 Best Wine Travel Destinations Of 2019.