Wineries

Tahbilk Winery

Cellar door, Cafe & Wetlands

Tahbilk Winery

Cellar door, Cafe & Wetlands

created: March 2014
Address
254 O'Neils Rd
TABILK, VIC, 3607
Telephone 0357 942 555

Background

Established in 1860 Tahbilk is one of Australia's most beautiful and historic wineries. Located in one of the nation's premium viticultural areas Nagambie Lakes, the property comprises of rich river flats with 11kms of frontage to the Goulburn River and 8 kms of permanent backwaters and creeks. Tahbilk is best known for its Rhone varietals including Marsanne (1927) and Shiraz (1860), some of the oldest and most famous in Australia.

Cellar Door

There’s no better place to taste the diverse range of premium Tahbilk wines than in the original and historic cellar door. After tasting become absorbed by the historical significance of Tahbilk as you wander through the original underground cellars (classified by the National Trust) and walk around the original buildings in the cellar yard, many dating back to the 1860s.

Tahbilk Café

In a dramatic architectural statement the ironbark and stone building rises from the Pepper Paddock overlooking the Tahbilk wetlands. The Tahbilk Café is the perfect place to meet friends for lunch or to revitalise after wine tasting with a coffee and a slice of cake.

 

Background

Established in 1860 Tahbilk is one of Australia's most beautiful and historic wineries. Located in one of the nation's premium viticultural areas Nagambie Lakes, the property comprises of rich river flats with 11kms of frontage to the Goulburn River and 8 kms of permanent backwaters and creeks. Tahbilk is best known for its Rhone varietals including Marsanne (1927) and Shiraz (1860), some of the oldest and most famous in Australia.

Cellar Door

There’s no better place to taste the diverse range of premium Tahbilk wines than in the original and historic cellar door. After tasting become absorbed by the historical significance of Tahbilk as you wander through the original underground cellars (classified by the National Trust) and walk around the original buildings in the cellar yard, many dating back to the 1860s.

Tahbilk Café

In a dramatic architectural statement the ironbark and stone building rises from the Pepper Paddock overlooking the Tahbilk wetlands. The Tahbilk Café is the perfect place to meet friends for lunch or to revitalise after wine tasting with a coffee and a slice of cake.