Keith Tulloch Wines are hand-made with meticulous care, and epitomise the best qualities of Hunter Valley wine. All wines have the style, balance, structure and integrity necessary for graceful maturation and cellaring. Winery production is very limited, with a combined output of only
12,000 dozen per year. For Keith the greatest reward has been found - making his own wines with a unique stamp of personality, power and integrity - away from the mainstream, and with an individual style
“Great wines are made in the vineyard”.
Our wines showcase classic hallmarks of the terroir of the vineyards, with the majority of our wines sourced from our 40 year old estate vines & from Hunter Valley Heritage vineyard listed sites. Our estate vineyards are predominantly planted on old sandy creek beds, with our flagship red coming from 80 year old vines on one of the Hunter Valley’s great Heritage vineyard sites, nestled in the Brokenback ranges.
Our environment is our regional signature, with climate and soils dictating the ideal grapevine selection . Low yielding old vine vineyard is carefully farmed and managed, with minimal impacting practices.
Below is a map showing our estate vineyards.
Awarded a 5-star rating by James Halliday for being “an outstanding winery capable of producing wines of the highest calibre” for 13 consecutive years.
Lisa Perotti-Brown MW ….. "Opinionated, outspoken, dogmatic: all the greatest winemakers seem to possess these attributes. Keith Tulloch is certainly not lacking in things to say, possessing admiral vision and strong views that are convincingly backed up by the high quality results he has been getting in recent years.
James Halliday .... “I cannot remember being more impressed with an initial release of wines than those under the Keith Tulloch label. The only problem is their small scale of production, like that of Geoffrey Grosset in his early days. There is the same almost obsessive attention to detail, the same ascetic intellectual approach, the same refusal to accept anything but the best."
“This is a winery to watch" April 2011 Robert Parker The Wine Advocate.
More reviews can be found on this link.