WINE CLUB WEEK 28 Feb – 5 March 2022


Welcome to our inaugural Wine Club Week.  We’ve enjoyed our summer of family fun but we miss our members and we can’t wait to welcome you back to Holm Oak Cellar Door.  During Wine Club week, join in the fun by booking for a complimentary VIP wine tasting, a winery tour and barrel tasting or buy a ticket to our Wizard Pinot Noir vertical tasting in Launceston where Bec will host dinner at Stelo at Pierre’s with 9 vintages of Wizard to experience as you enjoy a 4 course gourmet dinner.

Wine Club week events are exclusive to our valued club members.  Not yet a member?


Join Bec for this exclusive vertical tasting of our Wizard Pinot Noir, along with a four course dinner at Stelo at Pierres Restaurant in Launceston. A rare opportunity to sample vintages from 2009 until 2019 (no 2011 or 2016 but still quite the line up!)

When: Thursday 3 March 2022
Time: 6:30pm

Strictly limited tickets.

Wine Club Members $100 per person

To make your reservation please email
if you are logged in you can simply book online below

Wine flight at Cellar Door

We’re opening up the Cellar Door to VIP members to once again enjoy tasting a range of Holm Oak’s finest wines.

Only during Wine Club Week (from 28 February until 5 March), book in for a tasting, enjoy a picnic platter on the lawns and experience some our favourite wines

When: Monday 28 Feb – Saturday 5 March
Time: 10am – 3pm (last booking 2:30pm)

Wine Club Members complimentary self-guided tastings, book in for your preferred day and time

To make your reservation please email
if you are logged in you can simply book online below


During Wine Club Week, we will be hosting winery tours and barrel tastings from Monday-Friday at 1pm for a maximum of 10 people. A fun opportunity to see behind the scenes and try some of our new releases.

When: Monday 28 Feb – Friday 4 March
Time: 1pm daily

Wine Club Members complimentary winery tour and barrel room tasting from 1pm Monday – Friday during Wine Club Week

To make your reservation please email
if you are logged in you can simply book online below

Where to find us

11 West Bay Road (Highway C724)
Rowella, Tasmania 7270

Call: 03 6394 7577

The Property

Our Tamar Valley cellar door exudes an irresistible rustic charm. The property is adorned with old English trees and the cellar door is situated in the original vertical board winery.

Greeted by a surrounding view of breathtaking vineyards and orchards, you can wander down the path to visit Pinot d’ Pig and feed him a few apples, before entering the cellar door for an informative and relaxed tasting of our local Tamar Valley wines.

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Happy Drinkers

Brett S

“Our best cellar door tasting experiences in Tassie.  Our visit this year was a cold & slightly damp day in late June. There was no one else there & the fire was on!  I’m a wine club member there but we spent over. 2 hours throughly enjoying the wines & ourselves.  I can’t recommend it too highly.”



“I loved this place. We tried very nice wine and some cheeses, got to feed the pigs and play with the dogs, I left with a nice bottle of moscato.”

Margaret N

"We were taken to the Holm Oak winery by locals who love their wines, and we agree. The vineyard has a lovely feel, with the sensory garden and the open space at the bottom of the hill. We visited on a Sunday so we were fortunate to talk with the winemaker, who showed us her extensive range of wines.”

Rachel A

“Highly recommend visiting. The drive in is beautiful. Beautiful vineyard, exceptional service. Yummy cheese and wine. Highly recommend! And the pigs are a bonus!”


"This winery is much more than just its great wines. The tasting was excellent, but it was the whole experience that kept us there for hours. We fed the pigs, wandered around the sensory garden eating its delights and made our own charcuterie board for lunch. The service was absolutely excellent as well. Highly recommend if you’re in the area!"


Jose A

"Be sure to stop here. We were vineyard hopping and were advised to come here by the local lavender man and boy did it not disappoint. You can make your own charcuterie board and put all sorts of stuff on it. Lovely wine for the wife and a bit of fun feeding the happy piggies apples. 👌👌👍👍”

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