Pirie Winery , Tasmania, TAS

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Pirie
Wine Region Tasmania
Cases produced 20,000-49,999
Address 1A Waldhorn Drive, Rosevears, TAS, 7277, Australia
Phone (03) 6330 1815
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About Pirie Winery

Pirie Tasmania was founded in 2004 by Dr Andrew Pirie. With inspiration from the wines of Burgundy, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay have been a focus, though additional cool climate varieties are having outstanding success. Vineyard sites and exacting w...

READ ABOUT Pirie Winery...

Pirie Tasmania was founded in 2004 by Dr Andrew Pirie. With inspiration from the wines of Burgundy, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay have been a focus, though additional cool climate varieties are having outstanding success. Vineyard sites and exacting winemaking are key in quality, and Pirie is synonymous as one of the market leaders in wines being produced in the state.

Pirie Location

Located in the Tamar Valley area of Tasmania, Pirie Tasmania has three vineyard sites – White Hills, Relbia and West Tamar. The sub-region is know for its cool, humid climate and the varied sites face north/north east. The vineyard sites have been established and overseen by one of Tasmania, and Australia’s great wine contributors, Andrew Pirie.

Pirie Wine Styles

Cool climate varieties are produced under the Pirie Tasmania range – Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris and importantly Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.

Pirie Brands

Pirie Tasmania is separated into four core ranges, Pirie Estate, Pirie Sparkling, South and Pirie Reserve. Notable for distinction are South, the single vineyard wine range from White Hills district, and Pirie Reserve, the wines only made in exceptional vintages and circumstances.

Pirie Winery

The winemaking centre for Pirie is located at Rosevears Estate, sitting on a slope with commanding views above and over the Tamar River. The winery has a raft of high technology, but small wine making still takes place to ensure quality.