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Tamburlaine Organic Wines

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WE’RE ALL ABOUT SHARING OUR VISION

We believe in creating a community, sharing our experience and spreading Contemporary Organic practices for the benefit of all.

At Tamburlaine Organic Wines, we strive to create the best future possible. We believe that working in harmony with our environment is key to growing a flourishing future. Not only for ourselves, but also for our vineyards and the people we care for.

Harvesting shiraz in Orange

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21 September 2018 | Tamburlaine Organic Wines

Winner of - 2018 Rising Star Of The Year

Born and raised in the Hunter Valley, Aaron aspired in environmental management immediately after leaving school. He went on to study at the University of Newcastle majoring in environmental sustainability, biological farming and ecological management. In his first year at university, Aaron conducted a case study on sustainable agriculture here at Tamburlaine Organic Wines, 16 years later he returned to take his place as senior winemaker.  Continue »

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21 September 2018 | Tamburlaine Organic Wines

From Tamburlaine to Tamburlaine Organic Wines

Our journey to 'Contemporary Organics' still continues today. Not because it is fashionable to be 'Eco Friendly', but for one simple reason: It makes sense.  Continue »

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We are now Vegan Friendly!

Did you know that most wines on the market are made using animal products such as egg, milk and fish derivatives? Like everything we do, our progress in producing vegan-friendly wines is really about our pursuit of organic wine excellence – and bringing better wines to conscious consumers. We now proudly offer vegan cheese and wine tastings at our Cellar Door, and our plant-based staff and visitors couldn't be happier!  Continue »

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14 February 2018 | Tamburlaine Organic Wines

Hunter Valley Vintage 2018

Vineyards have traditionally been managed as a monoculture relying on ever-growing inputs of fertiliser and pesticides to remedy decline in productivity, but times are changing. We are seeing increasing biodiversity in the vineyard with cover crops, shelterbelts, birds, insects and soil organisms being encouraged, and Insectarium as the new buzzword. Much more than those sentinel roses to warn of fungal disease.  Continue »