Pinot noir, considered by some to be the most ethereal and elegant of all red wine styles, is crafted with finesse in several of the world’s finest wine growing regions. When you think of great pinot noir, the old world wines of Burgundy usually spring to mind. While...
We have some delicious local goat's cheese from Rod Wyker's Southern Sky Cheese company in Invermay and with spring in the air we can imagine enjoying this tart with a glass of rose on the verandah. Ingredients 1 bunch beetroot (about 400g), trimmed 30g unsalted...
Launceston is a bustling hub of restaurants and bars. If you’re on the lookout for somewhere new and delicious to try, there’s an impressive array of recently opened venues around the city. Here are a handful of new restaurants and bars we heartily recommend.
With our own two young boys, we’re often exploring new places to visit in Launceston. We’ve shared some of our own favourite hotspots to explore, eat and play – fun for all the family!
The perfect winter warmer, this lamb roast recipe is a guaranteed crowd pleaser for a cold evening.
Holm Oak winemaker Bec Duffy explores why oak still plays such an important role in the winemaking process, and more particularly, how and why we choose what style of oak we use at Holm Oak.
The Duffy family have only recently discovered the joys of slow-cooked beef cheeks. They have the most incredible melt-in-the-mouth texture and make a brilliant winter comfort food, especially when paired with our Shiraz.
Winter’s chill is the perfect opportunity to rug up and explore Tasmania, here are our top 12 picks to consider for your itinerary.
A crowd-pleasing fish recipe that is easy and delicious? Yes please. This dish feeds the whole family, enjoy with a glass of cool-climate Tasmanian white wine.
Heading to Launceston for the AFL? We’ve got footy fans covered with this list of places to eat and things to see before and after the game.
This recipe is on high rotation in our house – it’s even a hit with the kids, minus the beetroot. Tim and I match a glass of The Protégé or our 2018 Cabernet Franc with our burgers.
Good wine starts in the vineyard, which is why it is especially important to adopt environmentally friendly practices in the vineyard to produce world-class wines. Read on for more about our practices.