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Spring Vale Vineyard is located on the picturesque east coast of Tasmania in the Freycinet sub-region. The vineyard is found in Cranbrook, north of the village of Swansea. The vineyard was established in 1996 with a planting of Pinot Noir by Rodney and Lyn Lyne. Additional planting saw more Pinot Noir in ground, along with Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris and Pinot Meunier. In 2007 Springvale acquired a neighbouring property to increase production up to the current approximate 200 tonne level.
Spring Vale Wine Styles
Spring Vale producer light to medium bodied white and red wines from traditional Burgundian varieties Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from their dry site in eastern Tasmania. Additional wines have been styled for primary fruit expression, but retain the natural acidity of the cool and dry site. The portfolio has expanded to include ‘Melrose’ a Beaujolais cru style Pinot Noir and Reserve wines are made in exceptional years.
Spring Vale Brands
Spring Vale is the core brand.
Spring Vale Winery
Minimal intervention and hands-on winemaking are in place to further the core philosophies of the winery – expressive wines that promote the Freycinet coast of Tasmania. Progressive winemaking technique has been employed however and modern edifices of winemaking are found in the winery.
|Address||130 Spring Vale Road, Cranbrook, TAS, 7190, Australia|
|Phone||(03) 6257 8208|
The Lyne family are the visionaries behind the Spring Vale label and have a family motto that translates as ‘Live for your dreams.’ They have a strong belief that premium quality wine ensures a better life and we are sure you agree when you try th...
The Spring Vale philosophy is to make wines that express the cool climate they originated from in this picturesque part of East coast Tasmania. Pinot Noir here takes a long time to ripen ensuring really good flavour development. This is elegantly ...
Comprised of seven different batches of Chardonnay. Lemon curd, grapefruit, rockmelon aromas. Creamy, creamy texture. We have been working towards emulating Chablis with this wine, and it looks like we are getting somewhere.