Jinglers Creek Vineyard

Jinglers Creek Vineyard

Jinglers Creek Vineyard overlooks the picturesque North Esk river valley and is situated on the Relbia loop of the Tamar Valley Wine Route;  a 10 minute drive from Launceston. The vineyard takes its name from a rogue convict who escaped from Port Arthur and spent his days terrorising the settlements at Evandale, Breadalbane and Evandale. His most notable skill was his ability to horse jingle; the theft of the settlers most valuable livestock. The vines were planted in 1998 and include pinot noir, pinot gris, Riesling, sauvignon blanc and chardonnay.