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Mild summer days and cool autumn nights make Tasmania’s maritime climate similar to her wine producing counterparts in Europe. With wine routes running across the island, varietals such as pinot noir, sauvignon blanc and chardonny are easily found at every turn.
With the purest water in the world as a base, and the ideal climate for growing the grain, ageing and maturing the barrels, Tasmanian whiskys are winning accolades such as the World’s Best Single Malt, the first distillery outside Scotland or Japan to win the award.
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