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12Nov

The EM Chardonnay commemorates the late Eileen Mary Tulloch, who married Hector Tulloch in 1941 and passed away in January 2004. Eileen partnered Hector in brining the Tulloch label to prominence in the 1950s and will be remembered as a gracious hostess who con...

19Oct

Enjoy the festive season with these exciting gift ideas from Tulloch. Great for your family, friends or even yourself; it’s time to celebrate! This Christmas we have created some amazing selections that come with some even better savings! From our Christmas Hit...

23Sep

As one of the most highly anticipated releases of the year, the new 2021 vintage of our Tempranillo and Barbera has landed at our Cellar Door. Learn more about these two exciting new releases below. Cellar Door Release Tempranillo 2021 (Orange Region) Origins...

03Sep

Spring is well and truly here. A cold glass of Rosé on a sunny day is pure bliss. Therefore, it’s with no surprise that this month’s product spotlight is our Cellar Door Release Rosé. A dry style of Rosé, made from Sangiovese grown in the Orange Region. In its...

21Jul

Want to enjoy the Hunter’s most popular wine experiences in the comfort of your own home? Tulloch can definitely help with that! We have taken our three top wine and non-wine experiences from our Cellar Door and transformed them to all-inclusive packs which are...

01Jul

Hailing from the North East of Italy, Prosecco has found its home in Australia in the cool-climate King Valley region of Victoria. Light and fresh with a fine fizz, this wine is best enjoyed young and exhibits ripe pear and white peach flavours on the palate. ...

01Jul

The cold, bitter nights of Winter call for two things – good company and a glass of something sticky and sweet. But often shopping for the right fortified wine can be a challenge. At Tulloch Wines, we offer three Fortified wines. Cellar Door Release J.Y. Ta...

18Jun

The addition of the Glen Elgin 12 year old Single Malt Whisky to the Tulloch Misfits & Mates range is a nod to the Scottish heritage of the Tulloch family. In the 1400's a Bishop Tulloch was appointed Bishop of Morayshire based in Elgin. From this foundation t...

11May

Announcing the release of our 2021 Julia Semillon. The Julia Semillon wine is named after J.Y. (Jay) Tulloch’s wife Julia Tulloch, who has made substantial contributions to the promotional support of the Tulloch brand for over 35 years and continues as an integ...

14Mar

Our Private Bin Pokolbin Dry Red Shiraz is only made in exceptional years and commemorates someone who has contributed to the rich history of the Tulloch wine dynasty. In our 2019 vintage, we commemorate James Tulloch. James Tulloch (Jim) born in 1899, was the ...

20May

We're excited to share the pre-release of our recent collaboration with Archie Rose Distilling Co. and First Creek Wines, with the Hunter Valley Shiraz Spirit, an eau de vie distilled from salvaged smoke-tainted grapes from the difficult 2020 vintage. This p...

18Mar

Well what a start to the year it has been. Drought, bushfires, smoke taint and now Covid-19, running a small business in these times is not for the faint hearted! First and foremost it is the safety and well-being of our team at Tulloch Wines and our guests a...

27Feb

Welcome to our new look website where our guiding philosophy of Wine,Your Way will come to life, putting you our wine friends at the heart of everything we do. We hope you enjoy the new look and find the site easy to navigate and simple to use. Of course, we ...

26Feb

Following the recent tough vintage in the Hunter Valley, which has seen up to 80% of fruit written off due to smoke taint from nearby bushfires, Archie Rose Distilling Co. has come together with Tulloch Wines and First Creek Wines to trial a spirit that showcas...

16Jan

What a way to start our 125th year in the Hunter Valley! We have been so humbled by the many members who have reached out to us over the past 3 months to check on how we have been coping with the unprecedented fire conditions and the effects of drought. I ha...

09Jan

MY TOP TIPPLE TIPS Wine lists are no longer just the humble keepers of social lubricants. Instead they have become award-winning novels full of prose, descriptors and unpronounceable obscurities. As our palates have matured and our curiosity in everything epi...

14Feb

Australia's tourism industry is booming and behind the photoshopped images of idyllic beaches and bush-settings, wine and food tourism is fast becoming the tour du jour for those in the know. There are at least 2500 wine producers in Australia that we know of, ...