TASTES OF THE TROVE

TASTES OF THE TROVE

TASTES OF THE TROVE

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Local Producers

The Southern Trove region enjoys a temperate climate with four distinct seasons. Good rainfall supports magnificent forests and diverse agriculture. The area has always been famous for its apple industry and as with everything, times change. Today, the region is known for producing fine seafood, its distilleries, stone and berry fruits, mushrooms, saffron, grass-fed beef as well as the region’s iconic apples. Much of the produce is either organic or free range.

Using the region’s excellent produce, local producers make exceptional gourmet products including cheeses, wines, chocolates, jams, breads, ciders, bush foods, fruit juices, ice creams, yoghurts and much more which are showcased regularly at regional events and local markets throughout the Southern Trove.

Each of the markets offers a range of locally made goods and produce, arts and crafts, fresh fruit and vegetables, preserves, locally-pressed olive oils and food stalls. When talented chefs have access to such excellent produce, you can be sure that dining along the Southern Trove is a special treat. Or, if you’d prefer to play hunter and gatherer, you can collect your produce as you explore the Southern Trove and prepare a delicious meal at your accommodation.

Either way, sourcing locally grown and produced food is the simplest way of enjoying life and reducing ‘food miles’.

WINE & CIDER

The Southern Trove region has a strong history of producing award-winning wines over many years, and has been a destination for enthusiasts for some time. More recently, this has been complemented by the emergence of new wineries producing smaller amounts of top quality wines.

Some of the larger wineries have cellar doors open every day year-round, and offer a dining experience, either formal or casual. Some of the smaller boutique wineries open to the public on weekends throughout the warmer months and there are many that will open by arrangement for groups and private tours.

Many of the small wineries without cellar door facilities are open to the public annually on the first weekend in March during the Southern Open Vineyards Weekend.

Local Producers

The Southern Trove region enjoys a temperate climate with four distinct seasons. Good rainfall supports magnificent forests and diverse agriculture. The area has always been famous for its apple industry and as with everything, times change. Today, the region is known for producing fine seafood, its distilleries, stone and berry fruits, mushrooms, saffron, grass-fed beef as well as the region’s iconic apples. Much of the produce is either organic or free range.

Using the region’s excellent produce, local producers make exceptional gourmet products including cheeses, wines, chocolates, jams, breads, ciders, bush foods, fruit juices, ice creams, yoghurts and much more which are showcased regularly at regional events and local markets throughout the Southern Trove.

Each of the markets offers a range of locally made goods and produce, arts and crafts, fresh fruit and vegetables, preserves, locally-pressed olive oils and food stalls. When talented chefs have access to such excellent produce, you can be sure that dining along the Southern Trove is a special treat. Or, if you’d prefer to play hunter and gatherer, you can collect your produce as you explore the Southern Trove and prepare a delicious meal at your accommodation.

Either way, sourcing locally grown and produced food is the simplest way of enjoying life and reducing ‘food miles’.

Wine & Cider

The Southern Trove region has a strong history of producing award-winning wines over many years, and has been a destination for enthusiasts for some time. More recently, this has been complemented by the emergence of new wineries producing smaller amounts of top quality wines.

Some of the larger wineries have cellar doors open every day year-round, and offer a dining experience, either formal or casual. Some of the smaller boutique wineries open to the public on weekends throughout the warmer months and there are many that will open by arrangement for groups and private tours.

Many of the small wineries without cellar door facilities are open to the public annually on the first weekend in March during the Southern Open Vineyards Weekend.

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Huon Valley

Far South

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Bruny Island

Huon Valley

Far South