Iron Pot Vinyard

West Bay Road, Rowella

This family-run vineyard grows eight different varieties spread over 5.25 hectares.

The winery takes its name from the nearby bay; in old sailing charts, it was referred to as Iron Pot Bay.

Their cellar door, or ‘the cottage’ as they call it, was built in 1907 by Alexander North, a master architect. North was responsible for designing many churches throughout Tasmania and owned an orchard in Rowella; he was passionate about botany and would grow English Ash to produce tennis racquets.