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Meet the Maker Masterclass-Chateau Tanunda

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Meet the Maker-Chateau Tanunda from Barossa!!

Owner John Geber and his family are proud to have Château Tanunda stand once again as a regional hero winery in the Barossa since taking ownership in 1998. With the ‘Old Vines Series’ and ‘The Everest’  Wines, Château Tanunda received regular international recognition by renowned wine critics and wine shows for producing some of the best wines in the world. The iconic 150 Year Old Vines 1858 Field Blend, 100 Year Old Vines Shiraz as well as The Everest Grenache and The Everest Shiraz are treasured by wine critics, wine lovers and wine collectors alike.

Come try the latest releases, and their Estate Range with Vigerons.

When: Thursay 12th of March; 7pm

Where: Purple Palate

Cost: $20/person limited to 20 clients-be quick

RSVP: Instore, phone 54942499, email Maleny@purplepalate.com, or online

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