Tahbilk follows traditional wine-making techniques to create the Shiraz, fermenting in open oak vats, followed by a period of maturation in large 100 year old French Oak barrels prior to bottling.Read More →

“When brooding about the selection of Winery of the Year, I recalled that in 1994 the Maurice O’Shea Award had been given to Jacob’s Creek, and in 2002 to the AustralianRead More →

If there is one defining characteristic of Tahbilk it would be history in a glass. Tahbilk, formerly known as Chateau Tahbilk, was established as part of a new and burgeoning wineRead More →

As you peruse Vintage Stories, a 150 year history of Tahbilk, you see little text dedicated to the third generation John Stevens Purbrick. Surprising, as he was an influential character ofRead More →