From unlikely beginnings almost 120 years ago, the Tulloch story continues today as one of the most truly authentic and generational wine dynasties of modern times.

In 1895, John Younie 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 so began the accidental winemaking tradition that continues today.

Now under the guidance of the 3rd generation, Jay Tulloch and 4th generation Christina Tulloch, it is a contemporary Australian brand loved and revered for its philosophy of crafting premium wines for all generations of wine drinkers.

Christina Tulloch is the CEO of Tulloch Wines and the fourth generation of the 120 year old family company. She loves to eat, drink and cook and takes her role as Chief of Quality Control very seriously. She loves her life in the wine industry and putting the fun back into wine by sharing great food, great wine and great times with like-minded foodie and wineophiles. She is also a full time working mum of 2.

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  1. Hi Christina, thanks for following my blog!
    I don’t think I’ve tried any of your wines. I’m familiar with Keith Tulloch wines, I’m guessing there is some relation there?
    Who carries your wines in VIC? I’d love to do a post on your lineup!
    Regards, Terence


    1. Hi Terence, Our wines are distributed by Angove Family Winemakers nationally (Phone: + 61 3 9541 3500 in VIC). My father (Jay Tulloch) and Keith Tulloch are related, but our companies are not connected in any way. Lovely to make your acquaintance Terence and I look forward to reading more of your reviews. Cheers – C


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