A progressive degustation, .....with you in it.
Think Tasmania . . . An image of pristine, ancient forests. Clean air and water = purity. The Latitude lends itself to chilly nights, extended sunlight hours in summer = Beautiful cool climate wines.
Amazing views and seafood around every corner, cheese to die for and of course amazing wines that you will hardly see except right here in Tassie.
My name is Bradley Bowden, I grew up on Kangaroo Island in S.A. I have been in the Tourism industry for 20 years and have a passion for food, wine and unique experiences. From restaurants to secluded beaches and wineries I have a history of loving the opportunity to expose people to the delights our great country has to offer.
“Our dream is to showcase premium produce, so that producers and consumers are rewarded for their hard work. Leaving more money in the communities pocket for a change. Opening up a whole new experience for any one who loves, lives and breathes life and all the delicacies it has to offer.” Brad & Verina
What We Do
The Long Lunch Tour Co's main goal is to piece together the magic at our finger tips for the customer. Providing an experience that will exceed all the expectations that travelers hope for when they journey to our wonderful state
We will show you an all time experience you will reminisce of for years to come.
Isn't anything over 15% taxed a lot higher when imported into the US??
Could it also have something to do with the restrictions on the name "Port"??
Unfortunately Port is considered pretty daggy in Oz . . . I love it !!
Thank you for your e-mail regarding the Wine Equalization Tax Rebate which has been referred to this office for response since Senator Brown is the Australian Greens’ Treasury and Finance spokesperson.
The Australian Greens have no plans to make any changes to the current arrangements. If such a proposal was brought before the Senate from another party we will take your views into account but it would ultimately be considered on its merits.
Office of Senator Bob Brown
Your email has been forwarded to me as Health spokesperson for the Greens. Firstly I would like to assure you that we aren’t anti alcohol, we are concerned about abuse of alcohol and its impact on health and believe that we need to promote safe consumption. The Greens policy supports in principle a volumetric tax for alcohol, however we recognise that this has some perverse outcomes such as a higher tax on wine which would have a negative impact on the wine industry and might not be well targeted for reducing abuse of alcohol. In our policy announcement on Monday we said that the taxation of alcohol should be reviewed and reformed because we think we need a better approach but we are aware as I said that a basic volumetric tax will have some perverse outcomes which need to be addressed in any new system.
I hope that answers your question on our approach.