Tamburlaine was established in 1966. In 1985 the Hunter winery was purchased by a small group of friends and relatives led by Managing Director and Chief Winemaker, Mark Davidson. Mark has built his long-term winemaking philosophy around Contemporary Organic practices in the vineyard and the winery. Through years of research and development, we have become one of Australia’s largest producers of organic wines with vineyards in the Hunter Valley and Orange region.
Named after Christopher Marlowe’s famous play and character ‘Tamburlaine the Great’,we work to lead the way with our Contemporary Organics vision, successfully producing award-winning organic, vegan-friendly,low sulphur and no added sulphur wines.
Organic farming is key to soil health.Our vineyards are not degraded through the constant application of non-biodegradable inputs, retaining natural health and providing longer-term With consumers who cannot tolerate normal sulphur levels in their wine in mind, Tamburlaine has extended its range to include organic wines without added sulphur –our“preservative free” range.
Chief Winemaker, Mark Davidson, has managed successive vintages since 1986 and now with a young and enthusiastic team led by Group Winemaker, Shannon Burgess-Moore, we continue the winery’s tradition of quality and innovation.
A night of sensational wine and incredible musicians performing intimate and acoustic under the stars. Chant du Vin – The Song of Wine is where premium winemakers and Australia’s top musicians combine to present an exclusive wine experience like no other.