Chateau Tanunda Announced 'Best Australian Producer 2018' at Berlin Wine Trophy

Monday, 19 March 2018

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The first medals of the wine show circuit have rolled in with a great start to 2018 at the Berlin Wine Trophy in Germany with Château Tanunda awarded 11 Gold Medals, and 2 Silver Medals, and receiving the special award of 'Best Australian Producer 2018' for the 8th time in 9 years.

Amongst the Gold Medal winners were all four of the latest release Terroirs of the Barossa Collection 2016, and the latest releases of the Noble Baron Shiraz 2016Matthews Road Shiraz 2016 and the Grand Barossa Riesling 2017.

This is another big win for our Grand Barossa range, with the current vintage Grand Barossa Shiraz 2016 and Grand Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 both already awarded Gold at the Berlin Wine Trophy 2017. 


Terroirs of the Barossa ‘Ebenezer District’ Shiraz 2016
Terroirs of the Barossa ‘Eden Valley’ Shiraz 2016
Terroirs of the Barossa ‘Greenock’ Shiraz 2016
Terroirs of the Barossa ‘ Marananga’ Shiraz 2016
Noble Baron Shiraz 2016
Heritage Label Old Vine Shiraz 2016
Newcastle SGMCC Red Blend 2016
Grand Barossa Dry Riesling 2017
Barossa Tower Shiraz 2016
Matthews Road Shiraz 2016
Barossa Valley One Wine Collection Limited Shiraz 2016


Grand Barossa Cabernet Malbec 2016
Established Chardonnay 2017

Another outstanding effort by Senior Winemaker Neville Rowe and the winemaking team in this highly competitive competition.

Under the patronage of the OIV (Organisation Internationale de la Vigne et du Vin) the Berliner Wine Trophy attracts over 11,500 submissions from 30+ countries per year with the  167 international judges awarding medals to less than 30% of the entrants.

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