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we had a really nice but (too) short stay in Taminick. Peter was really nice and showed us the vinyards and we could also taste his lovely wines (They also brew some good beer). Would recommend it with friends to chill and enjoy the calm...More
We stayed here in mid June. The winery is delightful and family run for over 100 years. The farmhouse we stayed in was absolutely perfect. It was clean, comfortable and had beautiful breakfast goodies supplied. We were particularly taken with the roaring log fire place...More
My dad used to drop in a lot of the times he drove from Sydney to Melbourne and he put this place on the "map" for me. Dad loved chatting with Cliff, the owner - the father of Peter the current owner and winemaker -...More
Visited with a group of friends lover the long weekend and was one of the highlights for everyone. The wines were all pretty good. And some of the guys enjoyed the fact that they brewed their own beer as well so they enjoyed a cleansing...More
We stayed at the Taminick cellars , in the cottage and had the home all to ourselves
the added benefit you can do as much wine tasting and take a bottle or two to the house
just a few stumbles away ,over the grass and...More
Have visited Booths at Taminick many times. Always great service and entertaining conversation. Wines are very good and prices are an absolute bargain. Reds keep for many years and fortifieds are excellent.
If you are not charmed by the access roads, the view and the...More
We have visited Taminick Cellars 3 times, as we really like their wines. They do an excellent mail order service, but it is worth a visit if you are in the Glenrowan / Wangaratta area. The scenery is just beautiful - take the "back" road...More
A craft brewery with a winery attached. Or a winery that does micro brew? You decide but DO make the trip out to Taminick and visit this hidden gem to discover astonishing value reds (rumour has it that a certain big label winemaker buys a...More