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Zones of

Tasmania

Tasmania!

Unofficially split up into:
- Northern Tasmania
- Southern Tasmania

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Important Cities of

North Tasmania

DL
Down Low

Devonport
(Tamar Valley)

Launceston
(Pipers River)

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Important Cities of

South Tasmania

Hobart

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Unofficial Sub Regions of

North Tasmania

[west-east]

NTP
Not Too Pretty

North West Coast

Tamar Valley

Pipers River

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Unofficial Sub Regions of

South Tasmania

[north-south]
(kinda)

EC-DH
Extracting Coal Definitely Hurts

Eastern Tasmania
Cranbrook / Bicheno

Coal River / Richmond

Derwent Valley

Huon Valley

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Most planted grape of Tasmania?

Pinot Noir

Note:
- Although there are more whited grapes planted here [combined] than reds.

7

Northern Tasmania is akin to what other world regions, climatically speaking?

Champagne and Rhiengau

Source:
- GuildSomm expanded guide

Note:
- Southern Tasmania is even cooler!

8

What percentage of Tasmania's harvest are destined for Sparkling Wine?

50%

Note:
- Makes sense with the climate being close to Champagne and Rheingau (sekt!!)

9

Where is

Tamar Valley?

Northern Tasmania
(near Launceston)

Note:
- This is Tasmania's most important area.
- Over 1/3 of all Tasmania's plantings are here!

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Where is

Cranbrook?

Eastern Coast Tasmania

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Where is

Coal River/Richmond?

South Tasmania
(northeast of Hobart)

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12

Where is

Northwest Coast?

Northern Tasmania

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13

Where is

Bicheno?

Eastern Coast Tasmania

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14

Where is

Derwent Valley?

South Tasmania
(north of Hobart)

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Where is

Huon Valley?

South Tasmania
(southwest of Hobart)

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Where is

Pipers River?

Northern Tasmania
(southeast of the city of Devonport)

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Geographical features of

Tamar Valley

[North Tasmania]

Tamar River
(very wide near mouth)

Port Dalrymple
(bay at end of river)

18

Geographical features of

Derwent Valley

[South Tasmania]

Derwent River

Storm Bay

19

Geographical features of

Coal River / Richmond

[South Tasmania]

FP
Foul Puddle

Frederick Henry Bay

Pitt Water
(mouth of 'Coal River')

20

Geographical features of

Pipers River

[North Tasmania]

Noland Bay

21

Geographical features of

Huon Valley

[South Tasmania]

Huon River

d'Entrecasteaux Channel
(previous Topp|Somm question)

Great Bay

22

Geographical features of

East Coast Tasmania

Tasman Sea

23

Where is

d'Entrecasteaux Channel?

Body of Water near end of
Huon River

[South Tasmania]

24

Where is

Great Bay?

Body of Water near
Huon River

[South Tasmania]

25

Where is

Tasman Sea?

Large body of Water East of
Tasmania

26

Where is

Port Dalrymple?

Bay at end of
Tamar River

[North Tasmania]

27

Where is

Pitt Water?

Small Body of Water
at end of Coal River

[South Tasmania]

FP
Foul Puddle

28

Where is

Noland Bay?

Body of Water near
Pipers River

[North Tasmania]

29

Where is

Frederick Henry Bay?

Body of Water near
Coal River/Richmond

[South Tasmania]

FP
Foul Puddle

30

Where is

Storm Bay?

Body of Water at
end of Derwent River

[South Tasmania]