While being transported to Van Diemens Land aboard the convict ship Venus the captain stepped ashore at Port Dalrymple (George Town, Tasmania).
It was then that Charlotte had her Quiet Mutiny and convinced the crew to mutiny and sail to New Zealand.
Greer Carland is based in southern Tasmania and has been making wine in Tasmania for 14 years. She has experience in North and South America, France and three states of Australia. When Greer isn't working on Quiet Mutiny she is making her family’s wine, Tasmanian label Laurel Bank, and has been for numerous years. From 2004 - 2016 Greer was a senior winemaker with Winemaking Tasmania where she managed the sparkling and white and red table wine production, winning a number of CIRC trophy winning Rieslings, including the Best Wine of the Challenge in 2011 and the Best Dry Riesling in 2015.
Quiet Mutiny acknowledges the Aboriginal people as the traditional owners of lutruwita (Tasmania), our island home. We pay our respects to the Tasmanian Aboriginal community, their Elders past, present and emerging, their unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, water and community.
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