Chateau Tanunda `Grand Barossa` Shiraz 2011 (12 x 750mL), Barossa, SA.

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All of the grapes were fermented in small batches to retain their sub-regional characters. A cultured yeast was used to start the fermentation and the wine spent 7 days on skins at 26°C. All of this encouraged maximum extraction yet retaining the dense, spicy fruit flavours which Shiraz is renowned for. After gentle pressing the wine spent 18 months in seasoned-French & American oak hogsheads. After maturation each parcel was carefully assessed for its unique role in the final blend.

SA - Barossa
South Australia

Expert Reviews

The 2011 Grand Barossa Shiraz has just a touch of Cabernet Franc in the blend. Deep garnet-purple colored, it presents lovely and intense ripe black fruit and blueberry preserve notes on the nose with hints of violets, chocolate, pepper and vanilla. Medium to full-bodied and generously fruited in the mouth, it has a good backbone of medium level rounded tannins and lively acidity, finishing long. Drink it now to 2016+. Rating 89 - Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW, (DEC/2012)

Winery Tasting Notes


Grand Barossa Shiraz epitomises the premium international reputation for Shiraz which has made the Barossa Valley famous. Lifted aromas of blackberry, plum and black pepper are accompanied by spicy, dark berry fruits on the palate.


Drinks well now or cellar for 7 years

Food Matching

Peppered beef tenderloin with portobello-Marsala sauce. Garlic roast pork

SA - Barossa
Grape Style
Shiraz / Syrah
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

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Purchased by the Geber family in 1998, Château Tanunda is fast re-establishing its position as a Barossa Valley icon.Careful restoration of the buildings, grounds and winery demonstrates the Geber family’s commitment to The Châteauand to the re-building of its premium winemaking reputation.

The Château owns 100ha of vineyards in the Barossa and Eden Valleys and is supported by a band of 30 loyal growerswith blocks covering the panoply of Barossa sub-regions. It is this diversity of ‘terroirs’ which enables each wine in theChâteau Tanunda range to best exemplify the region and its strengths, whilst maintaining the Château’s house style.

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