Built in 1882, Tahbilk's iconic pagoda style tower, designed and built by the innovative Estate manager at the time Francois Coueslant, played an integral role to early winemaking, gravity feeding the crushed grapes to the fermenters and cellars below. It also provided a point of elevation in an otherwise flat landscape from which vineyard workers and their supervisors could be observed.
Over the years it has become a readily identifiable landmark on the Tahbilk landscape and is now celebrated with a range of bright and intensely flavoured wines crafted with the emphasis on current drinking and enjoyment.
Enjoy Now to 2025/2026
With this vibrant and lively red the winemaking team have woven youthfully exuberant dark berry and spicy Shiraz with brooding and fleshy Mourvèdre to deliver a wine of immediate appeal and enjoyment.
The only question to ask ... “Is the BBQ ready?”