Holm Oak is a labour of love for winemaker Bec Duffy and her husband Tim Duffy, viticulturalist. Since 2013 they have followed their dream of crafting delicious expressions of cool-climate Tasmanian wines. Situated somewhat off the beaten track, the Holm Oak Tamar Valley cellar door exudes an irresistible rustic charm.
Our Cellar Door
The property is adorned with fabulous 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.
At our cellar door you can enjoy an informative and relaxed tasting.
We are fortunate enough in Tasmania to be able to produce fruit that is packed with flavour and has wonderful natural acidity.
At cellar door, we offer an extensive range of wines, with at least nine being available for tasting on any given day.
We cater for all tastes, so have both dry and sweet wines, light and full bodied reds, as well as serious and fun wines.
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