Under the law of Hong Kong, intoxicating liquor must not be sold or supplied to a minor in the course of business.
有多少家族能夠一次又一次克服困境而能保留傳統？一瓶感覺輕描淡寫的Semillon, 竟花了Jay Tulloch畢生的心血釀造！Semillon從不愛嬌柔造作，但至少需要懂得去欣賞她，Tulloch從不介意心血會白廢，因爲這是他們的血脈，他們的根！至於Hunter Valley的Shiraz從來也只是被輕輕帶過，所以很容易被世人遺忘它曾是最代表澳酒傳統風味的Shiraz, 來到廿一世紀，又有多少人知道Tulloch的故事？用心釀造，開瓶才知道！
For over 122 years, the Tulloch family has been passionate about producing hand crafted, premium wines made to enjoy.
122 YEARS YOUNG
John Younie Tulloch (JYT) acquires a property in nearby Pokolbin as settlement of a debt and names it Glen Elgin. The property contains five acres of neglected Shiraz vines and so the Tulloch Story begins. There are 5 sons and 4 daughters.
Tulloch wines start to appear under their own labels as Pokolbin Dry Red and Hunter River White. The 1954 Pokolbin Dry Red Private Bin wine Best Red Wine at the Royal Sydney Wine Show and bringing the Hunter Valley to acclaim.
Following Hector’s death in 1965, the company is sold outside of the family for the first time. Hector’s only son, Jay Tulloch remains with the company but it experiences difficult times under unsympathetic corporate owners.
Following ownership by Gilbey’s, Castlemain Tooheys, Penfolds, SA Brewing and finally Southcorp, Jay Tulloch leaves the company after 34 years. It is the first time in over 100 years the company has no family involvement.
Southcorp purchases Rosemount and ownership of the Tulloch brand passes with it. Soon after the opportunity arises for the family to buy the brand back and in 2003 the new cellar door opens and Jay’s youngest daughter Christina joins the company.
Tulloch celebrates 120 years, following numerous awards and reviews for their wines and business in the previous 10 years. The brand is once again returned to its former glory and under family ownership with Christina Tulloch the CEO of the company.
Cellar door at Pokolbin in the Hunter Valley