Bruny Island alone is out of the way (you have to take a ferry). And then you need to drive about an hour to get to Bruny Island Premium Wines (on variable road surfaces). But this is why people come to Tasmania.
That said, it was a popular spot when we were there - fully booked on Easter Tuesday.
There is a wine tasting bar and small cheese/meat shop.
The main dining room wraps around a corrugated iron bar with awnings looking over vines. The menu includes lots of options - smaller dishes (meze) through to burgers and main meals. We enjoyed a fantastic Bruny Island cheese plate, Reserve Sauvignon Blanc and some juicy lamb koftas.
it was a short lunch but an ideal spot for a break in the sunshine.
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