Established in 1860, Tahbilk is not only Victoria’s and one of Australia’s oldest wineries but also boasts the world’s largest, and some of the oldest, plantings of Marsanne as well as some of the world’s oldest Shiraz vines. The Estate is owned by the Purbrick family who has had 5 generations involved with the company’s operations.
254 O’Neils Road, Tabilk, VIC 3608
The rich history of Mitchelton stretches back to 1836, when explorer Major Thomas Mitchell came across this place during a 900-kilometer journey from Sydney to Melbourne. Over a century later in 1969, the entrepreneurial Ross Shelmerdine planted his first crop of vines here, naming his new winery after the historic figure.
470 Mitchellstown Rd, Nagambie VIC 3608
Enjoy a personally guided tour of the winery, exploring the history of the property and learning about both old and new winemaking techniques.
Followed by a Winemaker’s Secret Art blending session.
Partake in a 3 course lunch matched with Tahbilk wines overlooking the wetlands.
Finish the day with a guided Wetlands Ecology Tour.
Restaurant | Seated: 80 guests
Outdoor Event | Seated: N/A or Cocktail: N/A
Indoor Event | Seated: 200 guests or Cocktail: 300 guests
History, wetlands, wildlife and highly respected wines.
Distance from Melbourne: 1.5 hours
Nearest Airport: Melbourne