Dark Shed at Uplands – 9th and 10th of July 2022

Why does wine tasting always have to be in the summer out in the sun? Why not sit around a fire or in an atmospheric shed, watch the sun go down and the garden awaken in a different light, and focus your senses on delicious Tasmanian produce. 

This Off Season, enjoy the perfect combination of a selection of Uplands award-winning wines and four courses of fresh Tasmanian produce put together using a combination of rustic cooking techniques practiced and perfected over years of experience cooking in Scotland, France and London.  A wine tasting with a difference, Dark Shed sees Uplands embracing the drama of winter, converting its wine shed and garden into a moody wonderland of fire, lights and lanterns. Local caterer and chef Paul Willcock will be using fire and smoke to prepare a rustic four-course degustation of Tasmanian produce, with dishes matched to Uplands’ sparkling, chardonnay and pinot noir. And there’s more wine, mulled wine and other drinks available for purchase if you want to stick around for a knock-off. Tickets are $120.

To book please follow #TassieOffSeason

Mother’s Day at Uplands

Why not enjoy a different kind of Mother’s Day this year?
Bring your Mum to Uplands and enjoy Piano Pete’s Jazz band from 12-3pm…
Bring your own Picnic to go along with our delicious wines 🙂
Looking forward to seeing you on the 8th of May!

Southern Open Vineyards Weekend

The Southern Open Vineyards Weekend is a weekend to celebrate our region’s finest winemakers.
Over thirty vineyards across Tasmania’s key southern wine regions will throw open their doors to guests in March 2022.

A Piano of Tasmania

(Spring in the Vines, 30th October 2021)

Dr Pete’s New Orleans Foot Warmers Band

(Spring in the Vines, 31st of October 2021)

Munchies Food Van

(Spring in the Vines, Saturday and Sunday 11am – 4pm)

Other events

The vineyard participates in several events throughout the year which will be advertised on this page, and is open for private groups by appointment.

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