This is where it all begins. We are a small family vineyard, and our vines are hand-tended to ensure that our grapes are of the highest quality. We have four hectares of vines, growing Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay.
At a latitude of 42°53’ south, Bangor’s vineyard is one of the most southerly in Tasmania, and the world, making it a true cool climate site.
A well drained clay-loam soil over ancient dolerite rock, combined with a northerly aspect, provides perfect growing conditions for premium quality Tasmanian wine. Being coastal, frost is not an issue for us, and the beautiful view over Dunalley and Blackman Bay makes working in the vineyard a joy!
Bangor is a 6,200 hectare property that was farmed as early as the 1830’s for supplying beef to the Port Arthur Settlement, and has been cared for by the Dunbabin family since the 1890’s. With over 5,100 hectares of native forests and wetlands, 35 kilometers of coastline and 2,100 hectares of private conservation reserve, caring for the environment is our way of life here at Bangor.
20 Blackman Bay Road
Dunalley, Tasmania, 7177
(03) 62 535 558