Château Tanunda Grand Barossa
Château Tanunda’s Grand Barossa range offers a true taste of the tapestry of terroirs that make up this world famous wine region.
Established in 1890, Château Tanunda is the birthplace of the Barossa and has completed 130 vintages to date.
The Barossa Valley's first winery is now in the hands of the second generation of its owners, the Geber family. MD Michelle Geber ensures her family’s estate continues to provide wine-lovers with a taste of Barossan terroir through their highly acclaimed Grand Barossa series.
A reflection of Château Tanunda’s European origins, these red and white wines have an Australian/European winemaking style and are rich with delicious intensity and subtlety.
Grand Barossa Shiraz
The Grand Barossa expression of this timeless variety is famous the world over and is the Château’s most popular wine.
Stylistically plush, generous and lively, it’s not just a winner with Australian wine-lovers, it has wowed on the wine show scene too with 12 consecutive vintages of Gold medal wins.
The 2019 vintage has decadent appeal with its lifted aromas of blackberry, plum and black pepper accompanied by flavours of spicy, dark berry fruits.
Left: The vineyards of Château Tanunda; Right: Château Tanunda Grand Barossa
Grand Barossa Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre
Grenache blends have recently taken off, with wine-lovers finding huge appeal in their approachable medium weight.
GSMs from the Barossa are some of Australia’s hottest examples of this gorgeous blend and the Grand Barossa Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre 2019 is a perfect snapshot of the style. Medium bodied, it’s beautifully perfumed with red fruit and spice.
Grand Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon
Cabernet Sauvignon is the underrated variety of the Barossa region, but wines like the Grand Barossa 2021 show why it deserves more attention from Australian wine-lovers.
This stunning wine has been lauded for its ripe dark fruit characters enhanced by the traditional savoury herb of the variety. No wonder wine critic Huon Hooke gave it 92 points!
Grand Barossa Chardonnay
Another Gold medal winner at the Berlin Wine Trophy 2021, the 2019 vintage of the Grand Barossa Chardonnay displays all the delicacy, elegance and finesse that can be achieved from this noble variety.
It’s a dry Chardonnay from a selection of vineyard blocks across the cool climate vineyards of the Eden and Barossa valleys.
Grand Barossa Dry Riesling
The Barossa has a proud Germanic history and the Grand Barossa Dry Riesling pays homage to these roots.
Refreshing and dry with delicacy, elegance and finesse, this beautiful wine is sourced from vines planted over 100 years ago, adding complexity and depth of flavour.
Grand Barossa Rosé
Château Tanunda crafts their Grand Barossa Rosé from the traditional southern French red variety Counoise. The result is exquisite, as can be seen in the 2020 vintage with its lively palate full of red berry fruits and a cranberry lift on the crisp, dry finish.