Cellar Door Tasting

Tahbilk Winery and Vineyard

Address: 254 O'Neils Road, Tabilk, Victoria 3607

Phone: 03 5794 2555  |  Fax: 03 5794 2360  

Email: admin@tahbilk.com.au
Web: tahbilk.com.au

Everything at Tahbilk Winery reflects a passion for history and heritage. The winery buildings are classified by the National Trust and the old Shiraz vines planted in 1860 should be declared national treasures.

The place is quite simply a shrine for Australian wine lovers and is a must visit for any wine enthusiasts visiting Victoria. As an added bonus the wines are also good. The Marsanne is a perennial favourite and all of the reds are unmistakably traditional, cellar worthy and great value.

Tahbilk Winery and Vineyard was established in 1860. The winemakers are Neil Larson, Alan George and Brendan Freeman. Owners are the Purbrick Family.

Content: Tahbilk Winery and Vineyard

Payment methods accepted

American Express  Diners Club  EFTPOS  MasterCard  Traveller's Cheque  VISA Card 

Local directions

90 minutes from Melbourne, heading North on the Hume Freeway - take the Shepparton turn-off onto the Goulburn Valley Highway - travel for approx. 15 minutes before turning left on the Mitchelstown Road and then first right (2kms) and follow the signs. If travelling from the North, Tahbilk is 30 monutes from Shepparton along the Goulburn Valley Highway to Nagambie - turn right (sign-posted)at the Southern end of Nagambie then first left (approx. 2kms) and follow the signs.


  • Café
  • Car park
  • Coach parking
  • Non smoking establishment
  • Picnic area
  • Public toilet
  • Sheltered area
  • Walking tracks


  • Birdwatching
  • Animal Viewing
  • Bushwalking
  • Wine tasting

Opening hours

The Cellar Door and Cafe are open all public holidays except Christmas Day.

Monday to Friday
9:00am -5:00pm

Weekends & Public Holidays
10:00am -5:00pm


  • Australian Regional Tourism Network
  • Tourism Alliance Victoria
  • Tourism Council Australia

Disabled access

Contact operator for further details.

How to get here

High Country