Dinner at Topeka
As part of the Great Eastern Wine Week, we are hosting a gourmet dinner featuring delicious sausages that go perfectly with our wines - who would have thought, but yes sausages and wine are a thing!
Enjoy nibbles, music, your main meal, and a delicious dessert in a gorgeous rural setting on the east coast - Topeeka.
Visit the Great Eastern Wine Week website for more places to visit during this event where we share and celebrate Tasmania's exceptional wine from the east coast.
Situated at 9900 Tasman Highway, just 15Km north of Triabunna.
The interest and passion in quality wines ignited us to create boutique Pinot Noir, Riesling, Chardonnay and Gewürztraminer.
The grapes are carefully selected from the beautiful east coast of Tasmania and from our own small vineyard in the Derwent Valley, a combination that is sure to satisfy.
The diverse range of selected grapes enhances the wine that is lovingly produced with passion for not only great quality, but for the wine making process itself.
WHAT MAKES OUR WINE SPECIAL?
Our product's finest features.
Made in Tasmania
A premier range of locally made Tasmanian wines.
Full of goodness
We ensure the bouquet and taste is what you want from your wine.
We select only the best grapes from vineyards on Tasmania’s east coast.
We know it’s the little details that make a big difference. Winemaker and Hurly Burly Wines co-owner Di is passionate about the winemaking process ensuring a delicious end product.
Our current range includes Pinot Noir, Riesling, Chardonnay, Riesling/Chardonnay (“Madge”) and Gewürztraminer.
Each variety is lovingly and individually perfected to ensure the most satisfying and palate-pleasing bouquet and taste. We know that it’s the little details that make the biggest difference, and we pride ourselves on ensuring that our produce is exceptional.
Hurly Burly wines was born from the delight we experience from watching our family of ever-active guinea fowl socialise and forage in the vineyard. These little birds know how to protect one another and how to talk to one another. They know how to eat and drink together and to enjoy life in the vineyard. Share in their fun over a glass of Hurly Burly wine.