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A beautiful old building with an interesting past. Current owners are sprucing it up to enhance the old world charm and the founding family largess. Worth the trip to see a slice of history but you can also have tastings too. The current Cellar Door...More
The estate is a must-see when visiting the Barossa. Thankfully, it was restored and saved by the Geber family. The Shiraz is the best I’ve ever tasted. Both the 50 year old vine and 100 year old vine Shiraz’s were amazing. The wine tasting was...More
We went as a family to celebrate our daughters 21st birthday on the 9th of July. Our host at the cellar door was Amy. She was very hospitable and knowledgable about the winery, it’s history and it’s produce. We learnt a great deal about Tanunda...More
Firstly, I would like to say that the building and surrounds are most beautiful.
However, when i visited last week, along with 7 other members of my family we found the staff and service left a lot to be desired. Upon entering the winery no-one...More
We visited as part of a tour, Getaways SA.
This was possibly the best wine tasting experience I’ve ever had, we had Andrew hosting our tasting, he was fantastic, fun and his passion for the wines was contagious, he was very entertaining, great wines too
Incredible wines, but the experience was made that much more enjoyable due to our fantastic sommelier Andrew! Taught us so much and his passion for the wines is simply wonderful to witness. Thank you for your time with us, truly special experience!
Lisa & Anthony
My sister and I were lucky enough to taste some incredible wines and learn about the history of Chateau Tanunda as part of a wine tour recently. Highly recommend visiting if you are in the Barossa, you wont regret it!
The place offers some really scenic view which is ideal for photographers to snap a couple of nice quick shots; both outdoors and indoors. We must have gone pretty late into the cellar doors as there weren't much activity going on. We didn't book an...More
Magnificent building (which is actually bigger than the South Australian Parliament building in Adelaide) with incredible history outlined on walls; well-informed, courteous and loyal staff; lovely wines and delicious platter beside a traditional wood fire. Wonderful visit.