The Barossa Valley’s Château Tanunda has announced a new look for their landmark ‘Grand Barossa’ wine, as part of their 130th Anniversary.
Over the past 25 years, the Grand Barossa wine has developed a strong reputation, collecting 20 gold medals over the last 12 vintages. Sitting in the mid-$20’s price point, it delivers arguably a premium wine option at an accessible price point, a fact not lost on the Swiss, UK, and Danish markets where is hold market leading positions.
The Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre will all be in the new-look bottle, retailing for $26 per bottle. Chateua Tan unda’s managing director, Michelle Geber said “This is the complete package for our 130th Anniversary. The feedback from our customers has been wow!”
The winery itself has also been recognised in this years’ Top 20 Wineries in Australia with Huon Hooke’s Real Review. One of only two Barossa wineries to achieve Top 20 status, three years in a row.
Château Tanunda is Australian owned by the Geber family.