Gala Estate Vineyard sits at the crossroads of history and innovation, presenting Tasmanian wines that are infused with a sense of place and time. Now run by the seventh generation of the Amos family, it is a multifaceted business that produces not only awardwinning wines, but also operates as a fully functioning sheep farm.1 review of Gala Estate Vineyard Wow what a find. This is in a really cool century old cabin. It's know as a new up and comer in Australia. They are an expert Pinot noir house and their estate blend is really incredible. It's part of a very old galaestate com au
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1, 204 Followers, 2, 192 Following, 680 Posts See Instagram photos and videos from Gala Estate Vineyard (@galaestate) Check out photos, videos and stories anonymously from Gala Estate Vineyard @galaestate Instagram profile. 1281 Followers, 2186 Following, 724 Posts Gala Estate is the 2nd oldest family business in Tasmania, striving to grow the best wines possible, with a fabulous quirky cellar door. # galaestategalaestate com au This vineyard is situated on a 4000ha sheep station, with the sixth, seventh and eighth generations, headed by Robert and Patricia (Amos) Greenhill, custodians of the land granted to Adam Amos in 1821; it is recognised as the secondoldest family business in Tasmania. The 11ha vineyard is heavily
61 408 681 014. Tasman Highway Cranbrook Tasmania TAS 7190. Gala currently produces fine wool from nonmulesed multipurpose merinos, prime lambs, vegetable seed, pasture seed, cereals and poppies. In 2007 the decision was made to plant a vineyard at Gala and take advantage of Tasmanias galaestate com au About Gala Estate. In 1821, Gala Estate was granted to James Amos. Orginally of Galashiels in the borders of Scotland, our family now make up the 5th, 6th and 7th generations of descendants still living, loving and farming this land. In 1821, Gala Estate was granted to Adam Amos. Originally of Galashiels in Scotland, their family now makes up the 6th, 7th and 8th generations of descendants.