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Tahbilk Wines

Tahbilk Wines

As the gold rush ended, two adventurers dreamed of creating liquid gold from the vine on the Goulburn River. This site, known as ‘tabilk tabilk’ by the Daungwurrung people, was already part of Victorian history: Major Mitchell’s Line through Tahbilk became the first overland stock route and mail run between Sydney and the fledgeling Melbourne. Despite a mysterious shareholder death, the company formed in 1860 with new funds from the enterprising Bear brothers and advertisements for one million cuttings. The first vintage was in 1861, and within 20 years Tahbilk was the largest, most modern and successful winery in the colony, exporting to Europe, winning international awards and boasting the iconic tower and huge new underground cellar.

Region:Nagambie
Established:1860
Winemaker:Alister Purbrick, Neil Larson & Alan George
Awards:James Halliday 5 Red Star Rated Winery
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