Moorilla is a winery with a museum attached. Moorilla’s owner, David Walsh, is also the creator of Mona, the Museum of Old and New Art in Berriedale, Tasmania. You may know the place—Triassic sandstone, Egyptian mummies and Sidney Nolans, and a machine that defecates at 2pm daily. Drink Moorilla at Mona, at its bars, festivals, restaurants, cafe and luxury accommodation pavilions.
Moorilla makes small-batch, cool-climate wines from estate-grown fruit. Winemaker Conor van der Reest favours structural wines with new-world fruit and old-world complexity, showcasing the varied terroir of the winery’s two vineyards. Moorilla is now a leader in one of the world’s great cool-climate wine regions, and produces three distinct series of wine:
Praxis (fresh, bold and fruit-driven wines of the new world), Muse (wines of the old world made in the new, with complexity and rich cellaring potential) and Cloth Label (daring, artisanal vineyard blends, inspired by van der Reest’s time in Châteauneuf-du- Pape, France).
Moorilla and Mona: the best of the old world and the new.