Huon Valley Cider and Spirits Tour

Join us for a trip to the D’Entrecasteaux Channel and into the lovely Huon Valley, home of the Tasmanian apple industry. We’ll be stopping off at a whisky and gin distillery, cheesemaker come distillery and two different cider mills, each with their own take on cider production. Our tours are all inclusive and will include lunch on the day.


Your tour will include:

      • - A guided tour through grain to bottle whisky and gin distillery
  • - A cheese and gin pairing
  • - Lunch with a tasting paddle of ciders
  • - A tasting of unique Tasmanian apple brandies


Please note, this tour requires two attendees to go ahead. The itinerary may be subject to change.

Places we can visit on your tour:

Hunnington Distillery


Makers of Dead Man’s Point gin and vodka and Hunnington Single Malt, Hunnington Distillery is a tiny operation that makes their gin and vodka from organic sugar and their newly released Single Malt in the Irish style. It’s located on the family property, overlooking the D’Entrecasteaux Channel and Dead Man’s Point, with some of the botanicals for the gin coming from their very own front yard.




Grandvewe started out making sheep’s milk cheeses, but branched out to distilling, in an effort to make use of the excess whey left over from their dairy. The farm is 40 acres and home to the free-grazing sheep that provide the milk for both their cheeses and spirits.


Willie Smith's


Wille Smith's have been in the apple business for four generations but decided to branch out into cider. Making cider with traditional English and French methods, the next step was the Charles Oates Distillery, where they produce beautiful apple brandy from their unique Charentais still.




Pagan Cider like to do things differently and produce a raft of delightful cider blends, made with fresh, whole fruit that is harvested at its peak.


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