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Blending History and Taste at Tamburlaine

Whether you're a connoisseur seeking to expand your palate or a history enthusiast eager to taste the past, ‘museum wines’ beckon you to explore the art, culture, and craftsmanship behind each vintage.


Hunter Valley producer Tamburlaine Organic Wines' new Museum Release is a refined collection of wines that pay tribute to the tremendous effort of winemaking while holding the essence of its era. And they’re available to purchase now, either online or at the Cellar Door in Pokolbin.

Blending history and taste, the collection offers enthusiasts a rare opportunity to experience wines aged to perfection, with each bottle capturing the essence of the 2016 and 2017 vintages. Uncork one of these treasures, and you'll release the aroma of the past, an invitation to experience the moments and memories captured in each bottle.

Established in 1966, Tamburlaine Organic Wines was purchased by a small group of friends and relatives led by Managing Director and Head of Grape and Wine Production Mark Davidson in the 80s when the term ‘organic’ was unheard of.

Over the years, Mark has seen the Australian organic wine movement progress from relative obscurity to being talked about and recognised worldwide. Fast forward almost 40 years, and today, Tamburlaine is one of Australia’s largest producers of organic wines, with organic-certified vineyards in the Hunter Valley and Orange wine regions.

Mark continues to be a trailblazer in the Hunter Valley. From growing vines sustainably to experimenting with grape varieties and wine styles, Mark has built his long-term wine-making philosophy around contemporary organic practices in both the vineyard and the winery.

Drink now or drink later - Tamburlaine’s Museum Release wines have had valuable time in the bottle and are aged and ready to enjoy. Sure... some would consider them only middle-aged - so there is no real hurry. Unless temptation gets the better of you, that is!

For more information or to view Tamburlaine’s range online, visit



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