Waterton Hall Wines

Tasmania | Northern Tasmania

Our Review

The homestead that today is the home of Waterton Hall Wines was built in the 1850s. Originally a private residence, it was modified extensively in 1901 by well known neo-gothic architect Alexander North and ultimately passed into the ownership of the Catholic church from ’49–96. Together with various outbuildings it was variously used as a school, a boys’ home and a retreat. In 2002 it was purchased by Jennifer Baird and Peter Cameron and in ’15 passed into the family ownership of ‘one architect, one farmer, one interior designer, one finance director and one labradoodle’. Their real names are David and Susan Shannon, John Carter and Belinda Evans (dog's name unknown.) Susan and John are sister and brother. Planting is underway and will see the current 2.5ha progressively extended to 10ha.

About

Tamar Valley, Tasmania

Specialities

Shiraz, Riesling, Viognier

Cellar Door

Hours

Pop-up summer cellar door and by appointment.

Details are correct at time of writing

Please check winery website for up to date details

Stockist Information

Distribution Information

Swallow Liquor ph 0477505335

Details

Waterton Hall
Rating
Winemaker Tasmanian Vintners
Established 2006
Dozens 1200
Vineyards (area) 2.52 ha
Viticulturist N/A
Opening Hours By appt
Address 61 Waterton Hall Road, Rowella, Tas 7270
Telephone 0417 834 781
Website www.watertonhall.com.au