About Sues SALA Exhibition at Tanunda




Château Tanunda is for the first time in its history of events participating  SALA 2018 venue, showcasing beside sculptures colourful arts by locals and works by two international awarded Adelaide artists.

Special Recognition Award

Special Recognition Award

Celebrate with the Château Team,  Artists and Guests the
SATURDAY   4th AUGUST 2018  at  2.30PM

Blue Butterflies

About the Venue

The Château was built in the late 1880‘s and is home to some of the earliest planting of vines in the Barossa Valley: dating back to the 1840‘s!

Château Tanunda is also Australia’s largest and oldest wine Chateau and a designated monument in the State Heritage Register.

It was during a morning bike ride in 1998 that John Geber saw “it” the first time.  “It” was Château Tanunda in Australia’s Barossa Valley, a majestic Bavarian-style Château and in its prime thelargest winery in the Southern Hemisphere.  He bought it the very next day.  We like in a short video clip introduce you to the owner of this beautiful place, his family and it’s Sunken Garden

Another remarkable point beside the fantastic wines is that
Château Tanunda’s success was the Barossa’s success: For years it was the heart of Barossa wine-making, on the rafters you see some of the most famous names in Australian wine history, past and present, all of whom have worked at the Château. On their website you can see some of this names, we recommend to set this  wineries also on your list to visit.

The Château Tanunda is beside it famous wines and its Wine-Tastings also known as a Function and Events venue, built on the highest point of the valley floor, giving spectacular views of vineyards, the rolling Barossa Ranges and native Australian landscape. The immaculately maintained gardens including towering palm trees, wisteria walkways and lush green lawns, create the perfect back-drop for ceremonies and photography, and an exceptional Barossa wedding venue.


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