Thank you for visiting the home of Pressing Matters, which now also incorporates Morningside Vineyard. The vineyards are co-located – only 30 mins from Hobart in the Coal River Valley.
Pressing Matters has been producing premium Tasmanian wine since 2006. We focus on two varieties, Pinot Noir and Riesling, which are extremely well suited to the cool climate of the Coal River Valley. Pressing Matters is a 7 Ha vineyard; half is planted with Pinot Noir and the remainder with Riesling. To date we have won 37 trophies and over 50 gold medals, a testament to the quality of the Coal Valley soils and winemaking.
In December 2019 we purchased Morningside Vineyard, established by Peter and Brenda Bosworth 40 years ago, which produces Pinot Noir, Riesling, Cabernet and Chardonnay. We look forward to expanding our range of wines to include the above varieties from some wonderful older vines. For past customers of Morningside we have wines available in our shop for you to continue to enjoy.
Cellar Door News : Our tasting room has reopened from Thursdays to Sundays 10am – 4pm by appointment (see the pop-up booking on your screen). Appointments outside of these days can be made by arrangement. Please note that our capacity under current Covid regulations is 4 visitors, although arrangements for larger groups can be made.
If you can’t make it to Tasmania you can enjoy our wines at home, delivered freight-free to you, at our special ‘virtual cellar door’ prices. See our on-line Shop , or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on (03) 6268 1947.
Best wishes to all,
Michelle and Greg
News: December 2020 Christmas Trio Packs – are now avaible in our shop.
News: August 2020 – Proud to receive 5 Red Stars and some wonderful ratings in the recently released Australian Wine Companion. Click here to read more about our wines.
News: January 2020 – Thrilled to receive 4 trophies at this year’s Tasmanian Wine Show for Most Successful Exhibitor; Best Reisling for our 2017 R0; Reserve Champion Wine of Show and Best Sweet Wine for our current-release 2017 R69.
News: October 2019 – We are again proud to announce a new trophy to the line-up with The James Halliday Trophy for the Best Pinot Noir at the Royal Melbourne Wine Awards with our 2017 Pinot Noir.