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News posted on Monday, 17 November 2008
Solving fruit-set problems in Tumbarumba
Growers in the Tumbarumba region will benefit from a joint NWGIC and GWRDC seminar presented by the Tumbarumba Vignerons’ Association Viticulture Committee being held on 18 November at the Tumbarumba Bowling Club.
Grant Burge Riesling announced top white wine
Barossa Valley winemaker Grant Burge thinks last night’s win for best white wine at the Royal Melbourne Wine Show for his 2008 Thorn Riesling is a sign of things to come, saying Riesling and Pinot Gris will be the champion wines of the future.
Langhorne Creek Vignerons’ Cup
The roses are blooming the lawns are green, and the track is prepared for the ever-popular Langhorne Creek Vigneron’s Race Day scheduled for Sunday 23 November at the picturesque Strathalbyn Racing Club.
Helm Wines shows faith in the future of Canberra Wines
Concerns about the health of the Australian wine industry and fears that the global financial crisis will affect consumer spending are not being felt at Helm Wines in Murrumbateman.
Celebrate the blend of the Barossa Vintage Festival
Australia’s largest and longest running wine event, the Barossa Vintage Festival, will launch its most extensive program in the events 62 year history this Friday 14 November at Peter Lehmann Wines.