Château Tanunda Awarded 11 Gold Medals at Berlin Wine Trophy 2019Tuesday, 12 March 2019
Château Tanunda has been awarded a massive 11 Gold Medals at the latest Berlin Wine Trophy 2019 winter tasting, continuing Château Tanunda’s legacy as the top Australian winery at this prestigious international wine show.
The 2019 winter tasting attracted the maximum 7000 entries, including 1426 wineries from 41 countries, placing the Berlin Wine Trophy up there as one of the largest and most competitive wine competitions in the world. The 200 expert judges tasted for over a week, awarding Gold Medals to less than 28% of entries, making our 11 Gold Medals from just 18 wines submitted a huge result for the company.
Château Tanunda has a long tradition of success at the Berlin Wine Trophy. We have been crowned the “Best Australian Producer” an astonishing 8 times in the past 9 years, winning 100s of Gold Medals over the years. Furthermore,this legacy looks likely to continue in 2019 withthese most recent 11 Gold Medals, combined with the 11 Gold Medals awarded in August 2018, putting Château Tanunda high in the mix again for the number one title when the Best Producer awards are announced in early May 2019.
Château Tanunda 100 Year Old Vines Shiraz 2016
Château Tanunda 50 Year Old Vines Shiraz 2016
Château Tanunda The Prestige Blend Cabernet Shiraz Magnum 2016
The Château Single Vineyard Shiraz 2017
Château Tanunda Blanc de Blancs Grand Reserve 2009
Château Tanunda The Three Graces Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc-Merlot 2017
Château Tanunda The Three Graces Shiraz 2017
Grand Barossa Shiraz 2018
Grand Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon 2017
Château Tanunda 125th Anniversary Shiraz 2017
Château Tanunda Matthews Road Cabernet Sauvignon 2017
We make a special call out to the Sparkling Blanc de Blancs Grand Reserve 2009, our first Gold Medal winning Château Tanunda sparkling wine, as well as the Grand Barossa Shiraz 2018, which continues a fine tradition of winning a Gold Medal at an international wine show for every vintage since 2006.