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Drink our art

Our on-site winery and one of Tasmania’s oldest vineyards. Small-batch, premium wines made from estate-grown fruit. Drink the range at Mona’s bars and restaurants or hit cellar door for a tasting.

Moorilla was founded in 1958, when founder Claudio Alcorso—Italian émigré; patron of the arts; wine enjoyer—planted some of Tassie’s first wine grapes, making Moorilla (and the man himself) a visionary, foundational part of today’s thriving industry.

Claudio eventually sold Moorilla to Tasmanian gambler (and Pinot noir fan) David Walsh in 1995.

David would carry on Claudio’s attitudes to wine and art, eventually building a brand-new winery, bringing in Canadian winemaker Conor van der Reest to ‘make stupendous wines’, and building the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) on the Berriedale peninsula Moorilla calls home.

  • Cellar door:

    Ether building, Mona

  • Tasting:


  • Hours:

    Friday to Monday, 12pm⁠–⁠5pm

  • Red wine being poured photographed through layers of wine glasses
  • Sun sets over empty wine bar outdoor seating (wooden tables, wine barrel seats)
  • A room with floor to ceiling glass and people undertaking a tasting under Joh Olsen's The Source
  • A marble table with a range of delicious meals and wine being poured