Friday 22 Dec OPEN 5.00 to 8.30pm Dinner or Take Away

Saturday 23 Dec OPEN 11.30 – 4.00pm, Lunch 12 – 3.00pm

Sunday 24 Dec Christmas Eve OPEN 11.30 – 4 pm Tastings and Sales only

Monday 25 Dec Christmas Day CLOSED

Tuesday 26 Dec Boxing Day OPEN 11.30 – 4.00pm, Lunch 12 – 3.00pm

Wednesday 27 Dec OPEN 11.30 – 5.00pm, Tastings, Wine Sales, Light snacks

Thursday 28 Dec OPEN 11.30 – 5.00pm, Tastings, Wine Sales, Light snacks

Friday 29 Dec CLOSED for private function

Saturday 30 Dec OPEN 11.30 – 5.00pm, Lunch 12 – 3.00pm

Sunday 31 Dec New Year’s Eve Wine Sales by Appointment (booking required)

Monday 1 Jan New Years Day CLOSED

To avoid disappointment we highly recommend you book lunch or a tasting with us

Please note that children and non-drinkers are included in your group size as they contribute to our capacity.

For any additional enquiries or event bookings please phone 0419007401

Welcome to Tilbrook Estate – A Journey of Love and Passion for Wine and the Environment

Our story began in 1999 when James and Annabelle Tilbrook embarked on a remarkable journey to find the perfect location for their wine venture. After an extensive search across the Australian cool climate regions, they stumbled upon Lenswood – a hidden gem nestled in the Adelaide Hills and renowned for being one of the coolest wine grape growing areas in Australia.

With a deep-rooted passion for winemaking and an unwavering commitment to quality, James and Annabelle established Tilbrook Estate. From the very beginning, they set forth a simple but powerful philosophy: “Hand made by our hands.” This philosophy meant that they were involved in every step of the winemaking process, from nurturing the grapes on the vine to crafting the wine and meticulously bottling it themselves. This level of hands-on care and attention to detail sets Tilbrook Estate apart as one of the few Adelaide Hills wineries offering a truly unique and authentic experience.

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Inspired by the classic French wine regions, we set up our vineyard using ideas and practices common in the French wine regions.

Eight acres of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir were initially planted in 1999. Then one acre of Sauvignon Blanc in 2003, an acre of Chardonnay for sparkling wine base in 2004, and in 2006 an acre of Pinot Gris for our popular dessert wine.

Traditional method sparkling
Traditional method sparkling rosé
Cabernet sauvingnon rosé
Late harvest
Pinot noir
Shiraz cabernet
Reserve shiraz
Red sofa mulled wine