Chateau Tanunda's Berlin Wine Trophy win

BERLIN WIN: Michelle Geber with father John Geber at Chateau Tanunda proud to receive another impressive accolade.

BERLIN WIN: Michelle Geber with father John Geber at Chateau Tanunda proud to receive another impressive accolade.

If success can be measured by shelf full of distinguished accolades, then Chateau Tanunda is a front runner.

Over the past eight years the Barossa wine company has accrued seven consecutive trophies following their recent announcement as Best Producer of Australia at the Berlin Wine Trophy 2017. 

The trophy was a result of gaining an astounding 21 medals. 

Chateau’s general manager Michelle Geber said, “to win this award seven out of eight years is a huge achievement”.

She explained the trophy comes from vigorous judging standards pitted against more than 2000 wine producers and 12,000 wines.

“This perpetuates an outstanding record of success for the wines of our Old Vine Expressions Collection, which is great result for of our small batch, basket pressed, unfined house style,” she said.

Ms Geber added that the win “reinforces its reputation of quality” after being awarded premium gold for the 50 Year Old Vines Shiraz 2014 and 50 Year Old Vines Cabernet Sauvignon 2013.

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