The Jansz Tasmania vineyard is located in the Tamar Valley, in northern Tasmania. The vineyard lies in the heart of the Pipers River region, an area known as ‘Sparkling Tasmania.’
Jansz was the first sparkling wine to be made according to the traditional Methode Champenoise. The ultra- cool growing conditions of the Pipers River region allow the grapes to ripen slowly, developing intense, delicate and refined flavours – the very essence of top quality sparkling wine. Jansz has since redefined the Australian sparkling wine genre.
Visit the Jansz wine room and interpretive centre where you can find out what makes Jansz sparkling wine among the best in the world. Enjoy a Tasmanian cheese board with your glass of Jansz overlooking the picturesque lake. As one of the very few Tasmanian specialists solely devoted to the art of sparkling winemaking, Jansz Tasmania combines a strong appreciation of the past and the traditional Methode Champenoise, with a contemporary approach, to craft a new sparkling future. Listen to winemaker, Natalie Fryer talk about the wine-making process. Jansz Tasmania produces Jansz Premium NV Cuvee, Vintage Cuvee and Late Disgorged Cuvee.
Jansz Tasmania vineyard is about one-hours’ drive (55 kilometres/34 miles) from Launceston.