I was first introduced to Tahbilk wines at World Expo 88 in Brisbane. I made it a target to one day visit the winery. My first visit was over a decade ago and I still return regularly to buy my wines.
The winery itself is a pleasant drive from Melbourne on a good road, an interesting lesson in the history of Australian wine, the café is in a lovely setting beside the wetlands and the deck outside in the summer is the place to be. Inside can be too noisy when busy. Bookings are a must.
The cellar door has a wide range of wines to taste, and prices are very competitive.
Every day you will find a family member there to help you and nothing is too much trouble. For a first visit, make it summer and go down into the Drives below to see the real heart of a winery.
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