TASMANIAN CIDER TRAIL AND FRUIT WINE FESTIVAL

 

Key Dates

 Public Tasting  26 January   2018       Bellerive Boardwalk  —

 

Harry Moses, the co-owner of Pagan Cider at Cygnet, with his new blueberry and apple cider, which was available at Tasmanian Fruit Wine and Cider Festival. Picture: SAM ROSEWARNE. Mercury

 

 

The Australian Fruit Wine Show caters for all classes of fruit wine makers and is now in its 18th year; as such it is the longest running dedicated fruit wine show in Australia.  Rotary Club of Howrah are pleased to be organising the show for a second year.

 

The Australian Fruit Wine Show is open to enthusiasts (unlicensed) and commercial wine makers. All entries are judged in specific classes, regardless of their origin.

 

Last year’s  Results    available here

Fruit Wine Show Results 2017

Cider Awards Results 2017

The Tasmanian Cider Awards will again be run concurrently with the Australian Fruit Wine Show, but with a distinct and separate identity.