The videos below relate to Tasmania’s Agricultural sector
The Smith family’s Huon Valley apple growing enterprise, that stretches back five generations, has always benefitted from Tasmania’s clean air, fertile soil and the purest rainfall on earth. Now current custodian Andrew Smith has added innovation to create a unique organic cider brand.
5 June 2016, Brand Tasmania
Hear the world’s 2015 Wine Communicator of the Year, Tyson Stelzer, talk about the ‘grower versus house’ debate in Champagne and how it relates to the Tasmanian wine industry.
22 March 2016, Brand Tasmania
Tyson Stelzer states that 'Tasmania is arguably the greatest region for sparkling wine anywhere in the world outside of Champagne itself.'
Hear how the International Wine & Spirit Communicator of the Year 2015, Tyson Stelzer rates Tasmanian sparkling wines. After tasting 500 Australian sparkling wines for the James Halliday Wine Companion nearly two-thirds of the gold medals awarded by Stelzer to Australian sparkling wines belonged entirely to Tasmania.
16 March 2016, Brand Tasmania
With a long life interest in science, the highly credentialed and much travelled Dr Paulo De Souza is now a part of Tasmania’s growing scientific community. Hear how Paulo, a Science Leader with the CSIRO, collaborates on scientific research with colleagues around the world from his home in Hobart.
1 March 2016, Brand Tasmania
Brand Tasmania is set to launch the video Tasmania, this is our time to celebrate an extraordinary period of achievement by our Partners and other businesses and organisations in the State.
11 December 2015, Partner News December 2015
Winemaker of the Year, Ed Carr, talks about the House of Arras which is celebrating its 20-year anniversary with the 1998 Arras EJ Carr Late Disgorged. This award winning sparkling has been described by one reviewer as ‘by far the most elegant and sophisticated Australian sparkling wine I’ve tasted.’
9 December 2015, Brand Tasmania
Danielle Bowling Editor of Hospitality Magazine visits Hammond Farms at Circular Head on Tasmania’s far northwest coast. With farming operations split between the Tasmania mainland and the offshore Robbins and Walker’s Island this is the home of the legendary and much sort after swimming Wagyu.
6 December 2015, Brand Tasmania
Danielle Bowling Editor of Hospitality Magazine visits one of the most technically advanced cheese factories in the world at the Lion Food, Heritage Cheese factory in Burnie on Tasmania’s northwest coast, ideal for dairy production.
26 November 2015, Brand Tasmania
Danielle Bowling Editor of Hospitality Magazine visits Burlington Berries at Cressy in Tasmania’s north and discovers Tasmania’s cool climate horticulture industry is delivering benefit locally and nationally as Tasmanians step up to deliver a super product to markets across the country.
25 November 2015, Brand Tasmania
Tamar Valley Truffles invited Katsunobu Kitaoka, one of Japan’s most respected and influential chefs, to run a master class of truffle cuisine timed to launch Tasmania’s 2015 black truffle season.
In this video Kitaoka-san shows how to make good use of a range of the TVT products.
9 June 2015
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