Tasmanian wines made to last.

When you buy a bottle of Grey Sands wine from the Tamar Valley vineyard in Northern Tasmania, you are joining our quest to push the boundaries of our understanding of wine…

From our earliest endeavours we set out to produce wines, not to please everyone (which flattens and homogenises wines) but rather to excite the senses.

What you will experience with a glass of Grey Sands wine is the discovery of wine that is concentrated, complex, intriguing and sometimes confronting.

Wines that you will want to share, to discuss, debate and enjoy with good company. We know our wines need cellaring..so we cellar them for you and only release them when we think they’re approachable. That’s why our current releases have a few years age on them…ready to be enjoyed!

Glengarry is a 30-minute drive north-west of Launceston (37 kilometres/23 miles), on the B71, Frankford Road. Ph: 0407 961 167.

Join Bob and Rita at Grey Sands Vineyard and discover their three main areas of interest…

Growing Things.

Be it the vines in the vineyard or the plants, shrubs and trees in their extensive garden.


Making it. Cherishing it. Drinking it. Sharing it with good friends and family.

Ancient History.

The history of wine traces the history of western civilisation.

The latest from Bob’s blog

Pouring rain at Grey Sands Vineyard, Jan 16

Winter 2016 Newsletter

The 2016 vintage could be seen as the culmination of a warmer than average season (typical El Nino drought/heat), punctuated ...
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Old city of Porto, Portugal

Exploring & Preserving Uniqueness

Having just returned from a holiday in Portugal and northern Spain, I wanted to pass on some observations of this ...
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smoke haze over drought affected Grey Sands vineyard

Summer 2016 Newsletter

Send us some rain! We are approaching the end of January with just 110mm since September 1st, all in dribs ...
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Red wine under cork being cellared

The Age of Wine, Modernism – are we ‘progressing’ ?

At the Tasmanian Red Wine Weekend held in Hobart in May 2015, it stood out how few wines are now ...
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