The Tea Tree District in the Coal River Valley Region includes the area surrounding the village of Tea Tree which
lies midway between Campania, Richmond and Brighton in the west part of the Coal River Valley.
The district is only about 35 km from Hobart, making it readily accessible for half and full day wine tours.
The Coal River Valley Wine Region includes three districts : Coal River Lower ; Coal River Upper ; Tea Tree
Morningside, Tas 711 Middle Tea Tree Road, Tea Tree, TAS 7017
Our vineyard is located at Latitude 42 45' South in Tasmania between Richmond and Tea Tree northeast of Hobart. The vineyard was the first established in the Tea Tree area. It is planted on northeast facing slopes at an elevation of 100-150m and now covers 3 hectares with average rainfall of 550mm per annum-although we have not seen this amount in the last few years. Soils are doleritic black clays over a calcareous sub layer. The vineyard consists primarily of Pinot Noir with smaller areas of Cabernet Sauvignon (with some Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot), Riesling and Chardonnay. Vines are planted in European fashion with rows 1.8m apart, vines 1.25m apart in rows, cane pruned, 2X10 bud canes, 2X2 renewal spurs. Vineyard trellis is vertical shoot positioned with some top hedging. Our oldest vines are 28 years old.
Pages Creek, Tas 624 Middle Tea Tree Rd, Tea Tree, TAS 7017
Pages Creek is a 10 acre vineyard established in 1999 by Peter Lowrie in undulating countryside in the Coal River Valley near Hobart, the capital city of Australia`s southerly island state of Tasmania. Named after the creek that runs through their 50 acre property, the varieties grown are four of the world`s most noble varieties - Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Pages Creek is a 12 acre vineyard established in 1999 by Peter Lowrie in undulating countryside in the Coal River Valley near Hobart, Tasmania. The property offers a magnificent venue for your special event.