Tahbilk is a historic winery located in the Nagambie Lakes region of central Victoria, Australia. The winery was established in 1860 and has been owned by the Purbrick family since 1925. Tahbilk is particularly well-known for its Marsanne wines, which are made from some of the oldest Marsanne vines in the world, planted in 1927. The winery also produces a range of other wines including Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, and Riesling.
Tahbilk's vineyards are situated on the banks of the Goulburn River and are home to a range of different grape varieties. The Marsanne vines, which are the pride of the estate, are grown on a single vineyard site and are dry-grown, meaning they receive no irrigation. The winery also has a number of other vineyards across the region, including sites on the Strathbogie Ranges and in the Goulburn Valley.
In addition to its wines, Tahbilk is known for its historic cellar door, which is housed in a beautifully-preserved 1860s bluestone building. The cellar door is open to visitors seven days a week and offers a range of tasting experiences and tours, as well as a restaurant serving seasonal, locally-sourced produce. The winery is committed to sustainable viticulture and is a founding member of Australia's First Families of Wine, a group of twelve of the country's oldest and most prestigious wine producers.