Barossa Wines featuring at GrapeFest 2016


GrapeFest is the largest wine festival in Southwestern USA and offers four days of family-friendly festival fun. Set in beautiful Historic Downtown Grapevine, guests can affordably experience a variety of exciting taste sensations. This year’s event will feature a special[…]

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2016 Vigneron and Winemaker of the year awards


2016 Vigneron of the Year: Trevor and Ryan Fromm Father Trevor and son Ryan are third and fourth generation Barossa vignerons. Their vineyard is situated at Williamstown on property settled in 1895 by Charlie Fromm and the first grapes were[…]

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2015 Barossa Wine Show Results

2015 Barossa Wine Show Judges

The 2015 Barossa Wine Show concluded on Thursday 17 September with the Presentation Dinner at the Wolf Blass Wines Function Centre. The Presentation Dinner is one of the Barossa’s finest wine community events. It is a special celebration of Barossa[…]

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2015 Barossa Wine Show


The annual Barossa Wine Show, first held in 1977 and eagerly awaited each September, is seen as a showpiece of the region’s very best wines in any given year. Hundreds of wines are entered in 25 different classes, with judging[…]

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Barossa Wine Assessment Training –


Each year the Barossa Grape & Wine Association (BGWA) and the Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI) offer an opportunity to undertake the two day AWRI Barossa Wine Assessment Training. The course is open to members of the Barossa Wine Community,[…]

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2015 Barossa Pruning Expo


200 turn out to Barossa Pruning Expo Numbers swelled to over 200 at PIRSA’s Research Station in Nuriootpa yesterday, as grape growers and technical viticulturists from the Barossa and as far as Victoria, McLaren Vale, Clare Valley and The Riverland[…]

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Sold! To the community with the big heart


A month ago young Ike Zerk collapsed at footy training in Williamstown. He died that night. A beautiful kid, dead at 14. The son of a fifth-generation Lyndoch grapegrower. A shrine appeared at the farm gate: footy jumper, messages, flags,[…]

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