*** Wobbly Boot Vineyard is temporarily closed but you can still order our wines which can be delivered Australia wide freight FREE ***
Wobbly Boot Vineyard is located in southern Tasmania’s Coal River Valley on the banks of the idyllic White Kangaroo Rivulet. It is approximately 35 km north of Hobart and nearby to the historic town of Richmond.
Wobbly Boot Vineyard is owned and operated by Paul, Lynda and Isaac Williams who love nature and are committed to animal welfare and wildlife rescue. We have an 'animals first' and ethical philosophy where our grape growing, wine making and business model practices all place animals first and foremost.
Our wines are vegan - no animal products are used in processing. We use natural and regenerative farming practices that mimic nature wherever possible.
Would you like to become part of vineyard life at Wobbly Boot? Then join our wine club. Members take part in the vintage picks, pre release events and masterclasses - all free of charge!
Wobbly Boot is a dog friendly vineyard with two fully enclosed off leash areas. We are passionate about animal welfare issues and have developed the famous Wine and Woofs program - a quarterly fundraiser for Dog's Homes of Tasmania, Small Paws Animal Rescue, Ten Lives Cat Centre, Devils in Danger Foundation, Pets in the Park Tasmania, Wombat Rescue Tasmania and RSPCA Tasmania. Help us to help the animals.
We produce intensely flavoured wines that can be posted to your door anywhere in Australia.
We offer much more than the traditional cellar door tasting. Private vineyard and nature tours with the owners is a specialty. For something different we even offer a Gin Tasting Flight featuring three of the best Tasmanian local gins.
Wobbly Boot Vineyard is the perfect location for your next function or group event. We are popular for birthdays, anniversaries, pre wedding functions, tours, tasting groups, end of year gatherings and corporate events.
Please join us and become part of the Wobbly Boot experience and share our love for animals and wine.
For wine tastings, group bookings or more information please phone 0427 679 096
Winemaking Notes This vintage was characterised by a very long dry spell with higher daytime and overnight temperatures. It was a much higher yield than previous years but as always fruit quality was exceptional. We leaf plucked and did minimal shoot thinning on both eastern and western sides of the...
Winemaking Notes Grapes were handpicked, crushed then yeasted a day later. Hand plunged twice a day until sugar dryness. Pressed and sent into barrels for malolactic fermentation. Wine stays on lees all winter before being racked and sent into barrels until bottling in January 2018. No animal products used in processing....
Wine and Woofs - Sunday 15 March A tragedy is unfolding for the wildlife on Kangaroo Island following the bushfires and they desperately need our help. We are raising funds for Kangaroo Island Wildlife Network, run by volunteers who are rescuing and rehabilitating bushfire affected wildlife.We are calling upon the dogs of Tasmania to make a difference and lend their support. Join us for a fabulous afternoon of wine, food and live music in a magical vineyard setting.Sip on a boutique wine, craft beer or cider whilst enjoying the beautiful voice and music of Tony MakManneken Eats will be serving their delicious Belgian burgers and fries.No BYO drinks including soft drinks.As always - several off lead areas for doggos.There are some shady trees but...
Join owner and vigneron Paul Williams for an exclusive tasting of Wobbly Boot museum and reserve pinot noirs from 2015-2018. Discover how this beguiling grape is grown and the seasonal variations that lead to different aromas and flavours. Light nibbles included. $20 pp - refunded if you purchase takeaway wine. As this is a seated experience numbers are limited. Book now: Ph: 0427 679 096 ** Wine club members are free but will still need to book. *** This is a special event as part of the Open Vineyards Weekend. Guests are welcome to stay on after the event and enjoy a byo picnic in the vines.