Tasmania produces some world class cool climate wines with Pinot Noir being one of the more well known varieties. But did you know that the

state can also produce more complex, heavier wines that are unique in their own right? Let us introduce some of these special reds.


Syrah (commonly known as Shiraz) is an up and coming variety that is proving to be a favorite. This variety shows luscious bright red currants, hints of oak,

mocha and typical Tasmanian white pepper aromas. A softer side to the mainland Shiraz's. Then we have blends of Cabernet  Sauvignon and Merlot,

both varieties that are in small quantities but big in flavour.


At Sharmans we are lucky enough to grown and produce award wining red varieties that suit all occasions. 

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Sharmans Wines, 148 Invermay Road, Invermay TAS 7248

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