Are you a wine lover? Let’s explore the stunning wine-growing regions of Tasmania. Located on the southeast coast of Australia, Tasmania is the 26th largest island in the world. Named after the Dutch explorer Abel Tasman, this beautiful part of the world is especially popular for nature lovers and hikers. But did you know that Tasmania also produces some of the best wines in the world?
The history of wine in Tasmania
In 1823, the first vine was planted near Hobart, but by 1860 wine production was abandoned. A local anti-alcohol movement introduced a law that ensured that the production of alcohol was banned.
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This law was in force until 1950, however, wine production in Tasmania resumed
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