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Meet the Winemaker Dinner at The Stock Market

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Join us for an intimate dinner at The Stock Market restaurant. This very special evening will feature a five-course degustation menu designed and prepared by Chef, Joshua Retzer. Each of the five courses has been expertly matched with one of Quiet Mutiny's legendary wines.Tickets are $140pp (special discount for Wine Club members, email us for a ticket) We will also have our favourite wines available to purchase following the event.Date: Wednesday 28th SeptemberTime: 6:00pmLocation: The Stock Market, 8 Brooke Street, Hobart BOOK HERE

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Article: Hey syrah! Meet Tassie’s top takes on an Aussie classic - Halliday Wine Companion

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Australia's coldest winemaking region is turning its hand to shiraz. Here are five Tasmanian producers doing it well.

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Quiet Mutiny at Dark Mofo Winter Feast 2022 - Stall 25

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Quiet Mutiny is very excited to be sharing wine with you at this year's Dark Mofo Winter Feast. We can't tell you exactly what we will be pouring just yet, but you know there will be some pretty cool Tasmanian wine, and maybe a new release or two. We also have a surprise beverage which we will announce on opening night, stay tuned to our socials...You can find us at Stall 25, inside the shed, roadside.Look for the Golden Wineglass Chandelier!!! Dark Mofo Winter Feast 2022 For this year's feasting ritual, we will be making merry like the Romans. The ancient Roman festival...

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Southern Vineyards Open Weekend 2022

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It is on again. The annual Southern Vineyards Open Weekend is on the 4th, 5th, and 6th of March.  Tickets are available here We are again partnering with Laurel Bank Vineyard at the family winery. Come and join us for fun and wine. Wines we will be tasting 2021 Rosé 2020 Riesling 2020 Pinot Noir 2021 Syrah (New Release)

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Article: Mutiny in the Vineyard - Tasmanian Country

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Tasmanian Country, 5 November

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