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Tasmania Gourmet Gifts Now Offering New Gourmet Limited Cool Climate Wines

New vineyard, Observatory Hill, is now producing gourmet limited cool climate wines, which are being sold exclusively by TasmanianGourmetGifts.com.au

Hobart, Tasmania – May 30, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

According to statistics, the gift hamper industry is worth billions of dollars, with a huge projected growth in the near future. Due to the growth of this industry, there are more companies than ever before providing these high quality, unique and customizable gift options.

To help meet this increase in demand, a micro gourmet vineyard, Observatory Hill, is now producing gourmet limited cool climate wines in beautiful gift hampers. These wines and hampers are exclusively available for sale by Tasmanian Gourmet Gifts and can be seen here, www.tasmaniangourmetgifts.com.au/christmas-hampers/.

“Our team is thrilled with the opportunity to provide these high-quality cool climate wines and exclusive gift hampers from Observatory Hill,” stated Tasmanian Gourmet Gifts representative Melissa Scott. “We have offered a huge selection of products for many years on our website, www.tasmaniangourmetgifts.com.au/gift-hampers/, and believe this newest addition fits right in with the quality products our company is known for.”

In addition to providing pre-made hampers with a wide array of gift items, Tasmanian Gourmet Gifts also provides customers with the ability to create customized hampers to meet their specific wants and needs. This company is dedicated to providing superior customer satisfaction, regardless of the product offered and encourages those who want to shop early to browse their selection of products today.

“We offer gift hamper options that are in high demand from wines and exquisite Tasmanian produce, to stunning corporate gifts,” continued Scott. “While we have the option for you to completely customize the gift hamper that you purchase, we can also help you create the perfect option based on your specifications. Even better, all of our products are sold at affordable and competitive prices to help you with your gift giving without breaking the bank.”

Additional information about the new cool climate wine gift hampers and other selections offered by Tasmanian Gourmet Gifts can be seen by visiting the company’s website at www.tasmaniangourmetgifts.com.au.

ABOUT TASMANIAN GOURMET GIFTS

Based in Tasmanian, Tasmanian Gourmet Gifts is a locally owned and operated business. This company is dedicated to providing customers with high-quality gift hampers available for delivery throughout Australia. The company takes pride in only sourcing the highest quality Tasmanian produce and presenting it in exquisite gift boxes and hampers that are sure to impress the receiver. With a huge selection of items, it is guaranteed that anyone can make the customized gift hamper they need for any occasion.

Contact Info:
Name: Melissa Scott
Email: sales@tasmaniangourmetgifts.com.au
Organization: Tasmanian Gourmet Gifts
Address: 236 Mount Rumney Road
Phone: 0403 158 094

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/tasmania-gourmet-gifts-now-offering-new-gourmet-limited-cool-climate-wines/352972

For more information, please visit https://www.tasmaniangourmetgifts.com.au

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