For this post I’m focussing on gift ideas for the food lovers – and c’mon who hasn’t got at least one foodie (or would be) amongst your family and friends! Tasmania is renowned for its fantastic food and wine and Continue reading Festive Foodies!
Redlands Estate is an historic farm located in Glenora about 35 mins from Hobart, or 8 minutes from the historic antique town of New Norfolk. Established in 1819, Redlands was granted to George Frederick Read, the outcast son of King Continue reading Hope and hard work rejuvenates Redlands Estate
Iced Vovo popped into a couple of wineries on our little break away to the North East Coast of Tasmania. Sinapius (sin-ay-pi-us) Vineyard is located central to the Pipers Brook wine region. The small 2-hectare vineyard is owned and run Continue reading The Pick of Pipers Brook Wineries
I like nothing better than a glass of bubbly to pick up my spirits (some pun intended!) and I am always on the look out for a new one to try to add to my stable of favourites. And, what Continue reading Bernier Bubbly tickles my fancy!
A beautiful summer’s day set the scene for the Tassie Wine Weekend held over 2-3 March, 2013. Iced Vovo popped along to only a handful of Vineyards close by at Granton, Dysart and Bagdad to sample some small boutique wines Continue reading Tassie Wine Weekend is a Winner!
Tasmania’s Southern Vineyards Open Wine Weekend is a wonderful annual event held in March, this year from 2-3 March, giving both small and larger wineries the opportunity to open their vineyards to the public to sample what they have to Continue reading Wonderful Wine Weekend
Mr Iced Vovo and I were lucky enough to spend a full day and night at MONA recently and we had an amazing experience. The day started with a coffee at the bottom Void bar of the Museum of Old Continue reading A MONA-umental experience
One Tassie Tour company that is really putting the focus of their tours on all the fantastic things this State has to offer – wine, food and art – is Boutique Wine Tours Tasmania. I spoke to owner/operator David Jones Continue reading Tasmanian wine, food and art tours