Leaning Church Vineyard - Tasmania
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Directions to Leaning Church Vineyard
Located just a nice drive from Launceston at Lalla, Leaning Church Vineyard has great views from which to enjoy sampling their wine (and whisky from Lark Distillery), bbqs or holding your wedding or other function.
The hundred year old church is just a part of the great landscape to enjoy. Found in a natural amphitheatre at the foothills of Mt Arthur, you can sample their Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Riesling, Sparking, Sauvignon Blanc and Merlot which are crafted by Jeremy Dineen, from Joseph Chromy Wines. Tasmanian cheese plates are available every day.
Weekends are a great time to wander out. Once a month is a bbq with eye fillet steak supplied for you to cook and eat with their homemade salads. Children's options are available. Bookings essential.
The 24-year-old vineyard (formerly Lalla Gully, Clover Hill) has seen its more recent owners Mark and Sarah Hirst put in a lot of effort and be rewarded as Tasmanian Tourism Awards 2011 Winner for Wineries, Distilleries and Boutique Breweries.
For your wedding or special event, choose between their casual cellardoor dining options for up to 65 people, the garden marquee with views over the vines for up to 180 people or the lakeside marquee site that can seat up to 360 people.
Cheese platters are available and on Monday, Thursday and Friday, gourmet platters are available which include a vast range of Tasmanian cheeses, antipasto, smoked meats and more.
For something different there is a pram walk held every Thursday at 11am, so you can get some exercise whilst enjoying beautiful surroundings and the company of others with young ones. There is no cost but if you plan to stay for a lunch platter then please book that.
Opening hours: 10am - 5pm, 7 days a week from Oct 1st to April 30th.
At other times by appointment for groups.
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