by Richard Flatman (Viticulturalist) The journey towards organic production started ten or so years ago, without even knowing it. To me organic viticulture is far more than a growing system, itRead More →

by Hayley Purbrick (Environment Manager) It feels like a long time ago now when I first started working with Tahbilk and progressing our environmental work forward. One of my first experiencesRead More →

There is an overwhelming amount of coverage happening right now in Australia about the bushfires and grass fires raging across the landscape. The damage is widespread and horrific for many areasRead More →

The results are in and it’s a merry Christmas for everyone! Tahbilk is again 100% certified carbon neutral for the financial year been and gone. While not in a natural offsetRead More →

As any keen gardener would know pruning is an annual activity which some of us look forward to with glee. It is a time of chopping off limbs to make wayRead More →

Have you ever wondered why wine writers refer to degree days when they are writing their wine prose? Maybe you haven’t even noticed the reference ‘DD’ or ‘HDD’ or ‘GDD’ before.Read More →

Do you get the guilt’s every time you push your left over waste from breakfast, lunch and dinner into the bin? Or are you a parent who is frustrated by theRead More →

I recently attended an industry workshop to contribute to the state government’s new energy efficiency policies for business. It was interesting to hear the viewpoints of the range of attendees who all agreed fundingRead More →