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Explore the valley with your stomach.

The Tamar Valley is renowned for its wines, so that’s an obvious starting point.


Keep an eye out for cellar doors including:

Waterton Hall Wines at Rowella

Tamar Ridge at Rosevears

Moores Hill at Sidmouth

Jansz at Pipers Brook

Bay of Fires at Pipers River

Lori Vines at Sidmouth

Delamere Vineyards at Pipers Brook

There really are too many to list here, so check out the Tamar Valley Wine Route website or drop in to the Tamar Valley Wine Centre in Exeter to taste all the wines in one place. 


Prefer gin? No worries, a trip to the Turner Stillhouse (conveniently located next door to Tamar Ridge winery) is just the thing. We also recommend Brady’s Lookout Cider and Miner’s Gold Brewery, Taproom, and Restaurant in Beaconsfield for those looking for something other than wine. Many cellar doors also serve delicious food with a focus on showcasing local produce. 


Launceston is a UNESCO City of Gastronomy, so there are many exquisite dining options. Here are some of our favs:

Grain of the Silos for fine dining.

Bread + Butter for cafe/bakery.

Du Cane for pizza and beer.

Monsoon for Asian fusion.


Launceston is a big country town, true, but its eating scene is humming, so be sure to make a booking to avoid disappointment.

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