When exploring Tasmania, a visit to the state’s south is a must. Not only does the capital city and surrounding region have a rich food and art culture, it also is home to some of the most impressive geological formations in the country.
Need some food inspiration for the Easter weekend? Here are three ways Chef Lachlan Colwill enjoys Oysters. The perfect accompaniment for your Easter lunch and a delicious pairing with our sparkling wines.
Recently our Vigneron Jennifer Doyle had a visit from Holly Bowden from Left off the Map to talk about the complexity of producing our sparkling wines at Jansz Tasmania, what makes our site special and of course to taste some fizz!
We prepare to share the next generation of premium sparkling wine made at our new Jansz Pontos Hills Winery, in the picturesque Coal River Valley in Southern Tasmania, led by our winemaker and vigneron Jennifer Doyle.
It’s no secret that we live and breathe Tasmania. From breathtaking landscapes and tranquil waters, to the beautiful communities of people that call our island state home. One of the things we are continually in awe of is the talent of our local creators.
The north east corner of Tasmania has so much to offer. Not only is it the home to our Jansz Tasmania vineyard, it is also home to world-famous golf courses, picturesque waterfalls, fields of lavender and mountain bike trails that are sure to get your heart pumping.