As part of our Luscious Takes a Trip holiday to Hobart in Tasmania, we booked in for a 4-hour walking tour of some of Hobart’s most luscious food and wine establishments, through Mary McNeill’s luscious Gourmania food tours…
The tour is a great way to get an understanding of Tasmania’s fabulous food and wine culture, and we were pleased to taste a large selection of items including fresh fish, meat, cheese, bread, pastry, spices, nuts, sushi, fruit and vegetables, icecream, wine and coffee.
The wines we sampled at Cool Wines included Spring Vale, Pooley, Third Child, Frogmore Creek and Moores Hill, as well as Franks Cider. We particularly adored the Pooley Pinot Noir.
Our thanks to guide, Mary, as well as the people from each store who took the time to talk to us about their delicious products and services, and provide samples.
Here is a list of the places we visited on the tour, which are all situated around Salamanca Place and the Hobart CBD:
- The Tassal Salmon Shop, Salamanca Place
- Wursthaus Kitchen, Montpelier Retreat
- Jackman & McRoss, Victoria Street
- R. Takagi, Liverpool Street
- Cool Wine, Criterion Street
- Brunswick Hotel, Liverpool Street
- Ephah Cafe/Spice World, Bank Arcade
- Fishy Business, Constitution Dock
- A Common Ground, Salamanca Place
- Smolt, Salamanca Place
See more in our Hobart travel guide and Islington Hotel posts:
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