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Top 5 things you should know about Barossa wine

2022-05-10T14:12:20+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, [...]

Somms of the World Visit Barossa

2017-10-18T22:06:47+10:30April 10th, 2017|Latest Dirt|

To coincide with the recent ‘World’s 50 Best Restaurant’ Awards held in Melbourne, Wine Australia invited many of the world’s best Sommeliers to Australia. At the conclusion of the awards program, Sommeliers flew to various Australian wine regions to discover more about artisanal and diverse [...]

Tips on Collecting Wine

2017-10-18T22:06:47+10:30March 22nd, 2017|Barossa Wine, Events, Wine|

Head of Langton’s Fine Wine Auctions, Tamara Grischy, shares her tips on collecting wine: The desire to discover something new is part of the human condition. We are all explorers to some degree, and wine is about discovery – new varieties, new regions and countries, [...]

A Resilient Barossa Landscape

2017-10-18T22:06:47+10:30March 21st, 2017|Barossa Wine, From the Vines|

Healthy soil, less water use, no cultivation = a resilient Barossa landscape: By the time the 2017 vintage is over, Barossa grower Warwick Murray will have spread 3000 tonnes of wine grape stalks on local vineyards. Why? Over five years, stalks have contributed to the [...]

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