A sunny afternoon at Barringwood Estate

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Sipping sparkling wine among rolling green hills is hard to beat on a sunny afternoon. I know this because I spent one at Barringwood Estate, a vineyard close to the town of Sheffield which is 23 kilometers inland from Devonport on the north west coast of Tasmania.

As we arrived, a steady stream of cars passed by–a sign that the brunch crowd was making way for lunchtime diners.

The popular cafe–with its charming French doors that open onto a veranda and a perfectly framed landscape–is called The Tuckshop.

The lunchtime menu consists of light meals from which I chose the spinach flan with side salad and house relish. The flan was complemented by a glass (or two) of Tasmanian Cuvee, a sparkling wine.

The Cuvee tasted pleasantly tangy, no doubt due to the locally grown grapes. The vineyard also has a vintage sparkling and a choice of red and white wines.

Tasmanian wineries are increasingly popular with local and international visitors and Barringwood Estate offers a truly unique experience.

The view is spectacular, the staff are friendly and the music, a selection of Spotify tracks from the 50s to now, will suit all age groups.

For those seeking a stopover on the way to or from Cradle Mountain, or an afternoon catching up with friends, Barringwood Estate is definitely worth a visit.

Website: https://www.barringwood.com.au/

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Sue Bell is an entertainment writer and author of Backpacked: A mostly true story, Beat Street and When Dreamworks came to Stanley.


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