The Barossa Wine Fraternity Welcomes New Barons

2023-09-14T12:40:06+09:30November 10th, 2022|Barossa|

On Saturday evening 05 November, the Barons of Barossa gathered to welcome 7 new Barons to the fraternity.  The event began outdoors, with a traditional blessing of The Barossa Cellar Heritage Shiraz Vineyard.   To introduce the ceremony, Louisa Rose, head of the fraternity, spoke [...]

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Top 5 things you should know about Barossa wine

2023-09-14T12:40:07+09:30May 9th, 2022|Barossa|

Variety is the spice of life. Barossa is 2 regions in one zone. Barossa Valley, while roughly the same size as Eden Valley, produces approximately 80% of Barossa's wine grapes. Barossa Valley is typically warmer, drier and has deeper soils than Eden Valley. Eden Valley, [...]

Barossa dominates Vineyard of the Year Awards!

2023-09-14T12:40:08+09:30March 2nd, 2022|Barossa|

Barossa vineyards and their viticulturists have won an outstanding three out of four trophies in the 2021 Young Gun of Wine Vineyard of the Year Awards. The wins for Eden Hall, Henschke and Alkina reinforce Barossa’s position as a leader in Australian sustainable viticulture. In [...]

Shiraz & Riesling stars of the 2021 Barossa Wine Show

2023-09-14T12:40:09+09:30September 20th, 2021|Barossa|

After a condensed show in 2020,  the full complement of 30 trophies for the 2021 Barossa Wine Show were announced last night. Saltram No. 1 Shiraz (2018), a wine of  ‘great power, complexity, balance and true expression of Barossa’  was awarded the top prize; [...]

Academia & regional wine expertise connect

2023-09-14T12:40:10+09:30August 24th, 2021|Barossa|

Academia & regional wine expertise brought together with signing of dynamic MOU between Barossa Grape & Wine Association and the University of Adelaide. A landmark Memorandum of Understanding between the University of Adelaide and Barossa Grape & Wine Association has been signed today at The [...]


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