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 Alister Purbrick, Alan George, Neil Larson and Brendan Freeman. Owners are the Purbrick Family.
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