A celebration of all things TASMANIA, especially wine.
Love Tasmania’s wine, outstanding produce and boutique beverages but don’t have a trip to the island state planned just yet? Then let us bring a little taste of Tasmania to you.
Presented by Wine Tasmania, with support from Tourism Tasmania and Bottle Shop Concepts, VIN Diemen will bring the best of the island back to Sydney and Melbourne fans this August for two solid days of eating, drinking, learning and socialising.
Now in its third year, the two-day series will showcase the unparalleled quality of Tasmania’s food and wine industry with an extended line-up of the island’s leading vintners and providores.
Complementing the outstanding wines will be cider and spirits from the Apple Isle, including the Abel Gin Co., Strait vodka and gin and Willie Smith’s Organic Cider.
This year’s events also feature an even greater collective of farmers and makers, with festival-goers grazing on distinctly Tasmanian cheeses from Bruny Island Cheese Co., Shima Wasabi, Meander Valley and Rober Farm Goat Dairy offerings as well as Nichols Poultry.
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