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We visited here with my husband and mum. I have loved their wines for over 6 years but it was my first time to visit. They did not disappoint. Amy was especially helpful with organising our old vine flight tasting. She also helped with local...More
As this was such an old name in the Barossa, it was not on our list to visit, but I am so pleased we decided to call in on this beautiful , historic winery. The interior cellar door and tasting room was a pleasure to...More
Built in the late 1880s, the Bavarian-style Château Tanunda is home to some of the earliest plantings of vines in the Barossa Valley, dating back to the 1840s. A refurbished cellar door is due to open in a few weeks.
This was the 3rd visit of the day and by far the best. When we walked in Amy welcomed us warmly. Although it was later in the day we never felt rushed. The wine was served and Amy explained all about each bottle in a...More
Beautiful historic building in the Barossa Valley that produces over 25 wines. The grounds are amazing with the big tower as a feature. The staff were friendly & attentive with trying their reds. We bought a couple of bottles to add to our growing collection.
We called in on a cold wet winter's day not knowing much what to expect and had an exceptional time. The building itself is a gem and worth seeing on its own. The tasting experience is the best I have encountered across the country. Chateau...More
Called in for a quick wine tasting, the site and building is absolutely amazing and not to be missed, the staff at the cellar door were lovely and really knew the local wine country well, thank you for a great stop over.