Chateau Tanunda is an icon of the Barossa. It was established in 1890 and is the site of the Valley’s earliest vines as well as it’s first winery.
The 100 Year Old Vines Semillon 2013 was hand picked from 20,000 Australian wines, as one of the 14 wines to be served at the summit by James Halliday, Australia’s foremost wine authority, who was asked to select the wine for the G20 Summit.
Chateau Tanunda’s 100 Year Old Vines Semillon 2013 was served at the cocktail reception at the Gallery of Modern Art during the summit and was a huge hit among the attending leaders, including Barack Obama, President of the United States.
“It was unbelievable,” John Geber (Owner) said about the 100 Year Old Vines Semillon 2013 being picked for the G20 Summit.
Producer/Brand – Australian Food & Beverage Group
Designer – Michelle Geber
Vintage – 2013
Varietal – Semillon
Region – Barossa Valley
Printing Press – Conventional
Stock – Mirrokote
Embellishments – Gold Foil, Gold Screen