With 130 years of winemaking history behind us, Château Tanunda understands the role of sustainability as a core of longevity and quality in winemaking. As a family owned estate, we are committed to leading the wine industry in sustainable practices in all aspects of our production and estate to ensure the future of the Château and the Barossa for generations to come.
Minimizing our intervention practices locally has been an ongoing concern for the team at Château Tanunda who is always looking into ways to reduce our carbon footprint. We are proud to say that today the Château recycles 100% of its water and is powered by 100% of renewable energy! Our Chief Winemaker Neville Rowe is also constantly working on ecological ways to improve the soil health of our vineyards and maximize our water use efficiency.
On a more global scale, the launch of our Gulfstream brand was set to rise awareness around global warming and its critical impact on coral reefs around the world notably on the Great Barrier Reef in Austrlia and in the Bahamas for which the brand is raising funds in partnership with the Reef Restoration Foundation and the Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation.