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Tulloch Wines logoThe Tulloch story began in 1838 when James Tulloch arrived in Australia from his homeland of Scotland and settled in Camberwell. James' grandson, John Younie (J.Y.) Tulloch owned the Branxton General Store and accepted an unusual settlement of a debt - a 43 acre property in nearby Pokolbin. Tulloch took an immediate liking to the property and the five acres of neglected Shiraz vines it contained and undertook his first foray into viticulture and winemaking.

By the 1920's J.Y. had established himself as the largest vigneron in the Hunter and began the tradition of quality and excellence that is now synonymous with the Tulloch name. In 1938 the company was named J.Y. Tulloch & Sons Pty. Ltd. In 1940 J.Y. passed away and his eldest son, Hector took over the reins and was integral in bringing the Tulloch name to prominence with the development of the Pokolbin Dry Red Shiraz and Hunter River White labels in the 1950's.

In 1965 Hector Tulloch passed away and was survived by his wife Eileen and two children, Jay (also John Younie) and Helen. In 1969 the company was sold outside of the family for the first time to Reed Consolidated Publishing and so began an era of ownership from outside of the family, which continued until 2001. The Tulloch brand suffered enormously during this period due to neglect at the hands of large companies and multiple ownership changes. In 1973 Hector's only son Jay became General Manager of the company, a position he retained through the many ownership changes until 1996 when he tired of working for a large corporate company.

In 2001 the opportunity arose to buy back the old family company, J.Y. Tulloch & Sons from the large conglomerate, Southcorp Wines. Unable to resist and with interest from long term friends and business associates the new era of J.Y. Tulloch & Sons began. With Jay Tulloch once again at its helm and its commitment to premium Hunter Valley wines renewed, one of the Hunter's great winemaking names lives on. Now the next phase of the Tulloch story has begun with Jay's youngest daughter, Christina, taking on the role of General Manager and her twin brother, Jock as Export Manager. The Tulloch Verdelho and reinvigorated Pokolbin Dry Red label lead the charge in a portfolio of premium wines that draws on the ability to produce wine styles for all generations.
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Price range:$16.00 - $20.00
Listed Since:2012-05-25
Licence No.:24003532
hunter wine online Tulloch Wines 2013 Vinyeard Selection Chardonnay
2011 Tulloch Chardonnay is a crowd favourite thanks to its subtle oak treatment and fresh fruit flavours of peach and nectarine. An approachable and elegant Chardonnay with broad appeal and clean, pristine finish on the palate.

Variety: Chardonnay

Type: White

Colour: Pale straw with a golden hue

Nose: Ripe melons and complex creamy oak

Palate: A full flavoursome wine showing ripe melons with creamy, textural savoury notes and natural ripe peach flavours.

Cellaring: 1 - 5 years
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hunter wine online Tulloch Wines 2013 Late Picked Verdelho
Verdeho grapes are left on the vine later in the season to reach full maturity and produce a wine with a full luscious palate.Drink the wine as an aperitif or serve with spicy food. It is best comsumed young and fresh.
Cellaring 1 to 5 Years.
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box of 12$240.00Plus postage.
box of 6$120.00Plus postage.
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