Josef Chromy Wines' sparkling grapes are some of the first to be picked this season, with vineyards around the state starting picking in the coming weeks.
General manager and chief winemaker Jeremy Dineen said he was impressed with the quality of the Relbia sparkling grapes for 2019 vintage.
"We’ve had a warmer than average summer and beautiful weather at flowering, which has supported solid yields," Mr Dineen said.
"A warm and mostly dry January, with a couple of good rain events, has set us up for a fantastic and early start to the sparkling wine harvest. This is possibly some of the best sparkling fruit I’ve seen since 2013!”
Wine Tasmania chief executive Sheralee Davies said wine producers had been giving positive reports about grape quality already this season.
"Overall yields are expected to be generally in line with the past three vintages, which would be an unprecedented four consecutive years of strong yields for Tasmania," Ms Davies said.
The 2018/19 season has been varied around Tasmania, which Ms Davies said demonstrated no two seasons were the same.
"Fortunately Tasmanian growers are used to being agile and managing the every-varied seasonal conditions in order to get the best possible quality of wine each year," she said.
"One of the reasons so many people love our wines is because our they clearly reflect these seasonal differences."
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So far the 2019 vintage shows Tasmania is full of variety.
Ms Davies said Tasmania's global reputation for outstanding wines was reflected in the value of both grapes, which are six times the national average, and wine, which sells for more than double the country’s average.
Tasmania also boasts increasing visitation to the island’s cellar doors, with almost 300,000 interstate and international visitors in the 12 months to September 2018.
Most (95 per cent) of Tasmania's vineyard area has had no direct smoke impact from the fires in the state's South-West, based on advanced scientific analysis.
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